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From left to right: The DaVinci Code (Prime), Her (Netflix), Monsterland (Hulu), Deaf U (Netflix)

What’s coming to streaming in October

Josh Kelly, Managing Editor September 27, 2020

Netflix: Her, Spike Jonze, 2013 (10/1) The Academy Award-winning futuristic romantic, science fiction, drama, comedy, which has strangely become more realistic since its 2013 release, Her is officially...

The Esquire Theatre shows a variety of films including blockbuster hits, gems from the past and indie flicks only your cool friend knows about.

Are you a film buff? There’s a minor for that

Yes, you can really study films with NKU’s cinema studies minor
Rachel Smith, Assistant News Editor January 21, 2020

Class begins with the lights turned off. Students settle in their seats—some with water bottles or sodas, maybe even a bag of popcorn—as the screen comes to life from the projector hanging above. The...

REVIEW: ‘Maleficent’ sequel fails to capture magic of the original

REVIEW: ‘Maleficent’ sequel fails to capture magic of the original

A frustrating example of wasted potential
Kane Mitten, Arts & Life Editor October 17, 2019
Whereas the original was anchored by a magnetic performance from Angelina Jolie as Maleficent, “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” relegates her to a background character in her own movie, and the film suffers because of it.
What’s open on Thanksgiving Day?

What’s open on Thanksgiving Day?

Dining, Black Friday shopping and everything else
Northerner Staff November 22, 2018
Sticking around campus for Thanksgiving? Or do you want to get a leg up on holiday shopping?
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