Suit-up for Iron Man 3

Suit-up for Iron Man 3

Chris Cutolo, Highlights
May 24, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

Robert Downey Jr. is back, once again, to smash the big screen in another explosive, fun ride as the armored avenger Iron Man. Following the events of last year's hit The Avengers, industrialist Tony Stark (Downey) is experiencing post traumatic stress after the battle in New York as a new threat... Read more »

Summer Blockbusters: 2013 Preview

Summer Blockbusters: 2013 Preview


May 17, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies, Top Stories

The time for the summer blockbusters is among us, and the theaters will be filling up once again. 2012 was one explosive year, and summer 2013 has some pretty large shoes to fill: The Avengers and Dark Knight Rises were among the big winners of last summer. This summer, however, is looking like a... Read more »

“Safe Haven”: A twisted movie

“Safe Haven”: A twisted movie

Cassie Diehl, Highlights
May 3, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

Nothing is more thrilling then watching a romantic movie with a sudden twist to its ending. The movie Safe Haven portrayed this depiction of a movie. Throughout the movie, "who is the abusive husband?" was the question that kept me on the edge of my seat all through the movie. I was floored to... Read more »

Ode to Roger Ebert: Writer and Critic

Ode to Roger Ebert: Writer and Critic

Chris Cutolo, Highlights
April 26, 2013
Filed under A&E, Top Stories

On Thursday, April 4th, 2013, we lost one of the most proficient, most intelligent film critics to ever "thumbs up" the newest pictures out on the big screen. He was one of the first journalists to win the Pulitzer Prize for their work, defining the way we currently review and critique the art of film... Read more »

Wonder what’s on Netflix?

Wonder what’s on Netflix?

Chris Cutolo, Highlights
April 8, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

Whether you still get the DVDs in the mail, or you have it on instant streaming, Netflix has made a huge splash into this generation since its start in 1999, and is the currently the dominant application for Web-To-TV. With over thousands of titles to choose from, it has made DVD rental and streaming... Read more »

Why Does The Hobbit Need to be three movies?

Why Does The Hobbit Need to be three movies?

Chris Cutolo, Highlights
March 22, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies

The Hobbit was released on Friday, December 14th with much anticipation from fans and moviegoers of all ages. Unfortunately, these fans will have to wait another year for a second part, and then another six months for a third and final part. Why? One word: money. The film, helmed by Lord of... Read more »

Sink your teeth into “The Walking Dead”

Sink your teeth into “The Walking Dead”

Christian Karcher, Highlights Staff
February 22, 2013
Filed under A&E, Television, Top Stories

Zombies.  Americans love zombies.  For the past few years zombies have become a heavily followed trend among a huge variety of different people.  Whether it's zombie movies, costumes, books, even specialized ammunition against zombies, it seems impossible in our modern mainstream media to escape talk... Read more »

Review of The Outsiders

Review of The Outsiders

Cassie Diehl, Highlights
November 29, 2012
Filed under A&E, Movies

The Redbox, where you purchase one day movie rentals, always gets a weekly visit from my boyfriend and me. He used to say, "let's watch this one. It's really good!" Surprisingly, I hated all of his choices. From then on I always got my way and picked the movies I wanted. We made another visit... Read more »

“Close the loop,” see Looper!

“Close the loop,” see Looper!

Chris Cutulo, Writer
November 17, 2012
Filed under A&E

Bruce Willis is Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt is Bruce Willis, re-teaming with Brick director Rian Johnson in this intelligent, exillerating sci-fi action thriller, Looper, released in theaters September 28 2012. Also starring Emily Blunt, Jeff Daniels, and Noah Segan,... Read more »

Owl City: Dreams or Disaster?

Owl City: Dreams or Disaster?

Josh Hulslander, Writer
November 11, 2012
Filed under A&E

Owl City’s new album, The Midsummer Station, in its essence is exactly what Owl City claims to be, a musical project. Owl City, a band created by Adam Young in 2007, has always had its own style and this new release follows along the lines of that style they created. Their rhythmic and electronic... Read more »