The Girl on the Train ‘keeps you guessing’

By: Anna Shapiro ~Staff Writer~ Paula Hawkin’s “The Girl on the Train” has been near the top of the New York Time’s Bestseller List for quite some time now, and doesn’t seem to be budging any time soon. Such notoriety is well deserved. “The Girl on the Train” is a classic thriller, possibly the best since “Gone Girl,” which uses multiple narrators to explore the disappearance of one of the characters. One of the most interesting aspects of “The Girl on the Train” is that one of the main narrators is a drunk. She doesn’t even remember exactly what happened most … Continue reading The Girl on the Train ‘keeps you guessing’

Best Films of the Year

By: Aiyanna Moore ~Staff Writer~ Guardians of the Galaxy “Guardians of the Galaxy” tells of five unlikely heroes that band together to take down a villain, forming unconventional friendships along the way in this summer blockbuster. Chris Pratt as leader Peter Quill, a.k.a Star– Lord, Bradley Cooper as Rocket Raccoon, Vin Diesel as tree-like lifeform Groot, Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer and Zoe Saldana as Gamora, work well together to ensure that “Guardians of the Galaxy” is every Marvel fan’s dream. Gone Girl On their fifth anniversary, Nick Dunne reports his wife, Amy, missing, only to have the media … Continue reading Best Films of the Year

Grisly “Gone Girl”

By: Grant Vance ~Staff Writer~ Visionary director David Fincher returns to cinema in style with his masterful 10th feature film, “Gone Girl,” released on Oct. 1. “Gone Girl,” adapted for the screen by Gillian Flynn from her best-selling novel of the same title, tells the story of Nick Dunne and his struggle to find an answer for the mysterious disappearance of his wife, Amy Dunne, after returning home to the violent crime scene of what appears to be a home invasion. As the investigation grows deeper, and more and more is revealed about Amy’s disappearance, all evidence gradually points to … Continue reading Grisly “Gone Girl”