A & E

Everybody loves to trash-talk DC films, and these critics are mostly justified. After all, DC’s repertoire is filled with embarrassments —  from the mishmashed “Suicide Squad” to the mediocre “Justice ...

When done well, stage plays have the power to transport their audiences to places abroad, invoke concern and impact the lives of the people both on and off stage. This ...

It was not hard to find Symposium X the night of March 28. Crowds of Emory students chatted amiably on their way to the Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) house, eager ...

The live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1941 animated classic “Dumbo” receives the classic Tim Burton treatment: eccentric characters, extravagant sets and a dark color palette. But don’t be deceived by the ...

Before a single actor even took the stage, audiences were clapping their hands and bobbing their heads along to the tune of “December 1963 (Oh, What a Night),” which echoed ...

As a competitive “Super Smash Bros.” player and longtime fan of the series, I eagerly awaited Piranha Plant character addition in late January. Teased as the first downloadable content (DLC) ...

  Horror is often unfairly written off as an unsophisticated film genre that only captures the audience’s attention through cheap tricks, tired plots, and buckets and buckets of blood. But ...

  If you ask Emory Dark Arts member Ramona Li (20B), we have sanitized mental health stories for far too long. Li, who delivered the opening remarks for Emory Dark ...

  Terminal West, an Atlanta favorite, was completely sold out for weeks as dozens of fans anticipated Conan Gray’s show on the night of March 24. Gray, along with his ...