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Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio By Abigail Miller/ Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Programming and Raider Entertainment will conclude their fall 2016 film series with a three-night screening of the summer box office smash hit “Suicide Squad.” Beginning Thursday, Dec. 1, at 6 p.m., students can watch the Warner Bros. film in the …

Doctor Strange

Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios By Abigail Miller/ Staff writer One thing that superhero fans have learned in recent years is to never doubt or underestimate Marvel. After the success of “Guardians of the Galaxy,” it became clear that Stan Lee’s team could turn even the strangest, most unexpected superheroes into box-office stars. So when “Doctor …

Supergirl on The CW

Photo courtesy of The CW Story by Abigail Miller / Contributing writer “It’s kind of like the old place. Maybe better,” said bio-engineer Alexandra “Alex” Danvers on the new Department of Extra-Normal Operations headquarters, a sentiment that “Supergirl” fans can relate to. In case you didn’t know, the sophomore season of “Supergirl” made its debut on …

Luke Cage

Photo courtesy of IMDB Netflix and Marvel released their newest collaboration last Friday, and the need to binge-watch it is as rock-solid as our muscle-bound protagonist. Marvel’s “Luke Cage” is a fantastic feat of the continued humanization of superheroes in media. While similar shows, such as “Daredevil,” provided focus to the character’s martial arts prowess …

Photo courtesy of Netflix Story by Abigail Miller/Contributing Writer As difficult as it is to believe, fall break is officially here. After a week of midterms, mid-semester papers, projects and plenty of stress over grades, MTSU students finally get a four-day weekend to just breathe and relax. For many students, myself included, this is the …

Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Entertainment Company  “You came back, didn’t you?” When a grungy local named Lane (Wes Robinson) whispers this ominous line to one of his skeptical hiking companions in “Blair Witch,” it sounds tongue-in-cheek, almost even cheesy. But while it was directed at Peter (Brandon Scott), a two-time visitor to the Black Hills of Maryland, the …