Wednesday, August 15, 2018

The Belcourt Theatre provides a variety of fantastic films in March

From this year’s best picture to 80s zombie flicks, the Belcourt has something for everyone this month

Standup Showdown to be hosted by the Slant at Sarratt Cinema

Being a student at Vanderbilt can be challenging, and it is healthy to find ways to minimize the stress of the everyday grind. This...

Q&A with Chase Goehring, America’s Got Talent star

Making it past the auditions for America’s Got Talent is impressive enough, but it doesn’t get much better than receiving the golden buzzer. Singer-songwriter...

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle,’ a study of postmodernism’s shortcomings

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' chooses sarcasm over substance

The Belcourt’s “Midnight Movies” series offers a variety of cult classics

From hilarious movies to classic horrors, Midnight Movies offers a unique theater experience

‘The Last Jedi’ is a bold, divisive Star Wars chapter

This review is spoiler-free.  Forget everything you thought you knew about Star Wars. Director Rian Johnson delivers a bold and unprecedented second chapter in the...

‘The Post’ stands as a tribute to press and gender equality

Millions of dollars in bribes, decades of deception, three presidencies and one big lie to the American public. Steven Spielberg’s The Post chronicles the...

VUTheatre kicks off new season with ‘Kid Simple: A Radio Drama...

Kid Simple blends technology and entertainment to create a unique audience experience

‘Ready Player One’ boasts high concept with low execution

Spielberg’s latest film falls short among critics and even shorter among nerds

‘Suburbicon’ a disappointing bait-and-switch

With an all-star cast, first-rate writing by the Coen brothers and seasoned directorship by George Clooney, Suburbicon promised to be one of the year’s...