E23

E23- December 7, 2017

This week on E23, Josie Clark and Caitlin Brenner give an update on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, how Melania Trump has decorated the White House and more. Resident Star Wars expert Michael Donelan tells us what we need to know before the release of  “The Last Jedi.” Bryce Cross gives a breakdown of the new […]

E23’s Table Talk- December 3, 2017

In this week’s Table Talk, host Josie Clark is joined by panelists Michael Donelan and Caitlyn Brenner with fact checker John Messer and special guest singer Ian Teoh. They talk about their favorite holiday movies, songs and the best college gift ideas. Table Talk: December 3, 2017 from MUTV on Vimeo.

“Lady Bird” Review: Funny, Emotional and One of the Best Movies of the Year

“Lady Bird” Review: Funny, Emotional and One of the Best Movies of the Year

By Michael Donelan, E23 Reporter Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” is a fantastic and fresh look at the life of a teenage girl, and I hope that you will love it as much as I do. Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) is an extremely strong-willed young woman who always seems to be engaged in a […]

“Low in High School” and the Problem with Morrissey

“Low in High School” and the Problem with Morrissey

By Liam Quinn, E23 Reporter   When I got to college, I decided to give The Smiths a listen. Formed in 1982 in Manchester, the group is credited as a pioneer of alternative rock. I fell in love with their unique sound and in many ways, their music changed the way I look at life. […]

Booyah: “Justice League” Review

Booyah: “Justice League” Review

By Jonathon Potochnic, E23 Reporter Minor spoilers follow for “Justice League.” The DC Extended Universe had a shaky start with “Man of Steel,” “Batman v Superman,” and “Suicide Squad.” As competition to Marvel’s bevy of popular hero flicks, many have longed for DC films to have a solidly crafted story with relatable characters, and these […]

E23- November 16, 2017

This week on E23, Josie Clark talks Trump’s latest tweets, how Cards Against Humanity is saving America and why people are throwing out their coffee machines. E23’s John Messer talks about first-person shooter “Doom” and its Switch port. E23’s resident DC and Marvel fans Josie Clark and Matt Luke battle it out over which is […]

“Daddy’s Home 2” Disappoints: A Review

“Daddy’s Home 2” Disappoints: A Review

By Josie Clark Minor spoilers follow for “Daddy’s Home 2.” If you are looking for a wholesome, funny and heartfelt Christmas comedy this season, I have the perfect recommendation for you: anything but “Daddy’s Home 2.” How this movie was greatly anticipated is beyond me. The first movie was dumb but funny, and this sequel […]

E23’s Table Talk- November 12, 2017

On this week’s Table Talk, host Josie Clark is joined by panelists Caitlin Brenner and Janelle Finch and fact checker Sam Mosher to talk about women in media. Table Talk: November 12, 2017 from MUTV on Vimeo.

Riverdale, “Chapter 18: When a Stranger Calls” Review

By Bryce Cross Spoilers follow for “Riverdale.” Just when it seemed like things couldn’t get any worse in Riverdale, this hair-raising episode drops, gladly proving us all wrong. “Chapter 18: When a Stranger Calls” is easily the most frantic and eventful episode of the show thus far, as it juggles blackmail, heartbreak and deception in […]

Top Five Anime for Beginners

By Ashley Hagstrom Anime is a japanese style of animated film, popular around the world for its creative storylines and beautiful animation. For beginners, trying to find a good anime to ease their way into its culture can be challenging. Due to the abundance of anime across multiple genres, it can be hard to figure […]

E23’s Table Talk- November 5, 2017

In this week’s episode of Table Talk, guest host John Messer talks with Sam Mosher, Nnamdi Egwuonwu and Noah McGee. They dive into the topics of MU’s NABJ, the recent prominence of black culture in mainstream media and diversity versus tokenism in Hollywood. Table Talk: November 5, 2017 from MUTV on Vimeo.

“Super Mario Odyssey” Review: Globe-trotting Good Fun

“Super Mario Odyssey” Review: Globe-trotting Good Fun

By John Messer I recall a while ago Nintendo claiming that “Super Mario Odyssey” would be a spiritual sequel to classics like “Super Mario 64” and “Super Mario Sunshine,” as opposed to more recent Mario games that have been considerably more forgettable and lackluster. I was incredulous to say the least. On the one hand, […]

The Return of Sam Smith: “The Thrill of It All” Review

The Return of Sam Smith: “The Thrill of It All” Review

By Caitlin Brenner With the release of his single “Too Good at Goodbyes” in September, fans of Sam Smith knew his next album would be something special. Now that “The Thrill of It All” has come out, fans are anything but disappointed. Sam Smith’s sophomore LP is the perfect amount of melancholy and soul that […]

A Godlike Return: “Thor: Ragnarok” Review

A Godlike Return: “Thor: Ragnarok” Review

By Jonathon Potochnic With the first two “Thor” films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe being some of the worst received by critics and fans, a much-needed revision was needed. Boasting a colorful ‘80s direction, a respected director in Taika Waititi, well-paced writing and knockout casting, “Thor: Ragnarok” gifts audiences with one of the most entertaining […]

Riverdale, “Chapter 17: The Town That Dreaded Sundown” Review

By Bryce Cross Spoilers follow for “Riverdale.” Finally, all hell has broken loose in Riverdale, and everyone, including Archie, is powerless to stop it. “Chapter 17: The Town That Dreaded Sundown” served as an excellent episode to showcase just how disorderly and chaotic the characters have become under the looming threat of death. At the […]