‘Fall Out 76’ Falls Short

Andrew Ventura 19’ “Fallout 76” is a prequel to all of the previous Fallout games. Exciting at first glance, the game fails to deliver an intriguing story. Set in 2102, the player is an inhabitant of Vault 76. The vaults were built as shelter from nuclear conflict. The player emerges from the shelter 25 years after the bombs fell on … Read More

Rebooted ‘Charmed” Brings Current Issues to Classic Storyline

by Brynn Smith ’19  With the recent trend in the reboot of 90s television for today’s teens that includes shows like “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and “Will and Grace”, ‘Charmed’ is the next in a long line. A nostalgic classic, ‘Charmed’ is the story of three sisters who find out they have magical powers and must use those powers to … Read More

‘Creed ll’ the Perfect End to an Era

by Jackson Hongtong ’21  “Creed ll” is the newest addition to the famous boxing movie series, Rocky, that first started in 1976. Adonis Creed, portrayed by Michael B. Jordan, is the son of Apollo Creed, which was revealed in the first “Creed” film. Sylvester Stallone, as Rocky Balboa, is Creed’s mentor.  “Creed II” is about the aftermath of Adonis’ last … Read More

Treyarch’s “Black Ops 4” Delivers Thrills

by Justin Risher ’21  Treyarch recently released “Black Ops 4,” its newest addition in the Call of Duty Black Ops series. The first-person shooter game offers the classic multiplayer and zombies modes. The player can match up with their friends and compete against other teams in any of the gamemodes. For example, in one of the more popular modes, “Domination,” players … Read More

‘Full Disclosure’: CAST’s ‘The Addams Family’ Exceeds Expectations

by Adina Brenner ’20  Sherwood’s CAST (Creating Awesome Sherwood Theater) has put on numerous productions over the years that have surpassed any expectations. This past weekend they put their spin on a well-known production, “The Addams Family,” originally known for its 1964-1966 TV series. Coming to the Broadway scene in 2009, “The Addams Family” musical takes aspects of the TV … Read More

“Songs for the Season” Provides Christmas Nostalgia

by Anika Mittu ‘19  It could be argued that late November is far too early for thoughts of sugar cookies and woven stockings. But Ingrid Michaelson’s Christmas album “Songs for the Season”, released on October 26, creates an early onset of the dreamy, warm holiday mindset that makes December 25 feel closer than it is.  In her latest music release … Read More

Jonah Hill Directs ‘mid90s’ a Emotional Coming of Age Story

by Ayana Antoine ’20 “Mid90s” connects the lives of four boys from differing backgrounds, the only constant being their love for skateboarding. Written, directed and produced by Jonah Hill, the movie captures the life of a 13-year-old boy named Stevie whose home life consist of his single mother (played by Katherine Waterston), who struggles to take care of Stevie, and … Read More

“Bohemian Rhapsody” Proves To Be a Must -See

by Kara Thompson ’20  Whether it’s the iconic stomp-stomp-clap from “We Will Rock You” or the moving anthem that is “We Are the Champions,” everyone has heard a Queen song. The film, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” named for one of the band’s most famous songs, follows the rock band Queen from their formation in 1970 and through their journey as a band, … Read More

Another Touchdown For CW

by Sophia Wooden’ 20                                                                 The new CW show, “All American,” depicts the life of Spencer James (played by Daniel Ezra), a black high school football star living on the … Read More

‘The Mind of Jake Paul’ Doesn’t Fully Deliver

by Hena Hussain ‘20  One of YouTube’s original and most influential creators, Shane Dawson, recently came out with an eight-part documentary series on Jake Paul, a fellow social media influencer. The series became highly publicized over the internet, with each video receiving at least 13 million views. The popularity of the series was largely due to the high level of … Read More