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Image courtesy of film-book.com Story by Cassius Croom / Contributing Writer “Halloween” is one of the best films I have seen this year. It’s right up there with “Black Panther” and “Mission: Impossible – Fallout.” I didn’t expect to like it as much as I did. Yet, here I am trying to clear my schedule …

Photo courtesy of Matthew Murphy Story by Caryn Tramel / Contributing Writer  “School of Rock: The Musical” is a hilarious, high-energy production from start to finish. This production was a part of Broadway at TPAC, presented in part with HCA Tristar Health. Once again, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center did not disappoint with the start …

Photo courtesy of Goombastomp.com Story by Naffie Njie / Contributing Writer This post contains spoilers. “BoJack Horseman” daringly tackles addiction, feminism, death, sexuality and more in its new season. I started watching ” BoJack Horseman” about a year ago, expecting a quirky comedy series about a used-to-be famous, peevish, old horse and his misadventures. Instead, …

Photo courtesy of Wired Story by Isaac Arthur / Contributing Writer While “The Predator” does stay true to its sci-fi/action roots, its story is jumbled and its characters are dull. Director Shane Black has many impressive films under his belt. In the past, he has written action classics like “Lethal Weapon,” directed “Iron Man 3” …

Photo courtesy of On Milwauke Story by Brandon Black / Contributing Writer The trailer for “Slice,” a low-budget horror/comedy starring Zazie Beetz of “Deadpool 2” and musician Chancelor Jonathan Bennett, who is better known as Chance the Rapper, left viewers with almost nothing to go off of. Last week, A24, the distributor of “Slice,” announced the movie …

Photo courtesy of Ashleigh Newnes / The Center for the Arts Story by Caryn Tramel / Contributing Writer Based on the 1988 film, “Heathers: The Musical” at The Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro once again shows community theater going beyond fun musical numbers and dancing. Directors Rachel Jones and Stephen Belk chose to focus …