Eastern Statesman

Student newspaper of Eastern Oklahoma State College

“X” is a disturbingly effective horror movie

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer I recently watched the movie “X” at the theater, and it was deeply disturbing. It follows a group of filmmakers as they set out to

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Movie trailers: honest and dishonest

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer Movie trailers are a marketing tool designed to persuade audiences to watch a certain movie.Sometimes the advertising comes at the expense of honesty. I have

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A tribute to Friday the 13th (1980)

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer The original Friday the 13th is one of my favorite slasher films. The pacing is good, the setting is there, and we get one standout

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Cryptids and other strange sightings

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer I remember it vividly. It was a few years ago on my birthday weekend. Maybe my sixteenth. My friends were spending the weekend at my

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“Bioshock” trilogy an interesting and easy to follow, action-packed series

By KRIMSON FOLLOWILL, Staff Writer The world of video games is vast. However, there is a stand-out trilogy. “Bioshock,” “Bioshock 2” and “Bioshock Infinite” are games produced by 2k Boston

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CREATURE FEATURE REVIEW: Gremlins

By CULLEN MURRIN, Staff Writer I love creature features! I have since I was a kid growing up on things ranging from the Syfy channel original Grizzly Rage to the

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Area GEAR UP students attended Chamber Theater’s ENCORE! Presentation

Eastern Oklahoma State College GEAR UP hosted the Chamber Theater’s ENCORE! Presentation with over 1100 GEAR UP students in attendance on the EOSC Wilburton Campus. Chamber Theater has been bringing

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Your father wants a new son: local short film review

By Jameson Coleman, Staff Writer As someone who enjoys watching plenty of short films, whether that be films with the budget of a blockbuster or ones made in a friend’s

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Voyage of artistic expression: why Current Joys’ latest album is worth feeling

By Jameson Coleman, Staff Writer The ramblings of a dying adolescent have now transcended into the sunset swelling sounds of Current Joys’ new record, Voyager. Front man Nick Rattigan started

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