Arts & Entertainment

Kesha – “High Road” Review

April 25, 2020

How does Kesha follow up Rainbow? It’s a question that has to be asked, not just because that album was a masterpiece, but because of what Rainbow represents for Kesha as an artist. Not only […]

Entertainment

Song ideas for quarantine

April 24, 2020

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a pretty good chance you’re currently stuck in your home with a bit more free time on your hands. Have no fears, Connor is here to help you get […]

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“Cats” stands alone

April 15, 2020

TMN film critic Gordon McPherson gives “Cats” two out of five Hairballs. At long last, your friendly neighborhood movie reviewer has finally watched “Cats” from start to finish.   Indeed, I had to take a long […]

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“Birds of Prey” never truly soars

February 14, 2020

TMN film critic Gordon McPherson gives “Birds of Prey” three out of five egg sandwiches. As the next plunge into R-rated superhero films, “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” contains […]

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“6 Underground” is full throttle Bayhem

January 31, 2020

TMN film critic Gordon McPherson gives “6 Underground” two out of five bloody magnets. Legendary director Michael Bay’s “6 Underground” is an insightful, thought provoking meditation on violence and freedom from oppression. Just kidding! It […]

Arts & Entertainment

“1917” is both innovative and conventional

January 24, 2020

Sam Mendes’ thrilling, edge-of-your-seat wartime epic “1917” demands to be seen on the biggest screen possible. While the film doesn’t break new ground thematically, its simulated single-shot approach illustrates the deeply immersive qualities of film. […]

Arts & Entertainment

“Midsommar” is beautiful and grotesque

October 4, 2019

TMN movie critic Gordon McPherson gave this film 4.5 out of 5 flower crowns. Director Ari Aster’s “Midsommar” feels cursed in the same vein as Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” and William Friedkin’s “The Exorcist,” and […]