Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Kaitlyn Cashdollar, Senior Reporter

September 20, 2016

This review contains spoilers for the book, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child". If you do not wish to read these spoilers, the Prospector recommends leaving this page. On the beloved fictional character Harry Potter's 36th birthday, another thing was celebrated: "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"....

Review: “Star Trek Beyond” Proves Successful through New Adaptations

Review: “Star Trek Beyond” Proves Successful through New Adaptations

Mo Heiniger, Reporter

September 16, 2016

Originally appearing as comic books in 1967, the Star Trek franchise has been adapted as books, video games, television series, and movies. The latest installment of these is "Star Trek Beyond". Since its initial release on Jul. 7, the film has grossed $318.1 million internationally. "Star Trek Beyond" is the third film in the franchise's reboot series. Th...

Review: Is “The Secret Life of Pets” an Overused Storyline?

Review: Is “The Secret Life of Pets” an Overused Storyline?

David Misyura, Reporter

September 9, 2016

"The Secret Life of Pets" is the latest animated film released by the studio behind the "Despicable Me" series, Illumination. The movie takes on the premise of exploring the daily lives of pets when humans are not home, thus making way for plenty of humorous and creative moments throughout the movie....

“The Breakfast Club” Celebrates 30th anniversary

“The Breakfast Club” Celebrates 30th anniversary

Anela Wright, Reporter

April 11, 2016

This past spring break, students were on beaches and with friends. But those of us who are Breakfast Club fans were celebrating the 30th anniversary of when this classic movie took place. The Breakfast club is about five high school students representing different stereotypes meeting in detention.  ...

Review: Is “Hello, My Name is Dorris” the Perfect Movie?

Review: Is “Hello, My Name is Dorris” the Perfect Movie?

Bryce Van Derveer, Reporter

April 6, 2016

Every once in a while, a movie simply gets it all right. It is funny, emotional, relatable, yet thrilling, well produced and acted out, but these movies often times float a tad under the radar, and receiving less than it's fair share of viewership. This the life of many brilliant movies, and unfortunately...

Review: “Lady Midnight” begins Dark Artifices Trilogy

Review: “Lady Midnight” begins Dark Artifices Trilogy

Kaitlyn Cashdollar, Reporter

March 30, 2016

"Lady Midnight" is the first book in the Dark Artifices trilogy by Cassandra Clare. It is the sequel to the Mortal Instruments series. It has been five years since Emma Carstairs' parents were murdered by Sebastian Morgenstern. Or at least, that's what everybody says. Emma, however, thinks that there...

App Review: Stack

App Review: Stack

Zach McGee, Reporter

March 9, 2016

One of the latest free and addictive games on the App Store is a game called, "Stack". Stack was created by a group of App developers that call themselves Ketchapp. Ketchapp aims to create the best and most addictive games they can, and then put them on the App Store to offer entertainment for people...

Review: Are Free Games on The App Store Worth Your Time?

Review: Are Free Games on The App Store Worth Your Time?

Zach McGee, Repoter

March 9, 2016

The App Store is chalk full of free games that are either very entertaining, very boring or just not worth your time. After taking a random sample of three of the newer versions of some of these free games, I have learned one thing. Most of these are not worth your time. I choose some of the top rated...

Review: Is “The Revenant” Worth it?

Review: Is “The Revenant” Worth it?

Bryce VanDerveer, Reporter

January 29, 2016

The Oscar-nominated film known simply as "The Revenant," starring Leonardo Dicaprio, has recently been praised for its intriguing plot and spectacular effects. But as far as I am concerned, this is about where the praise should end. The unbelievable quantities of blood used to create the film wer...

Review: Panic! at the Disco Releases New Album

Review: Panic! at the Disco Releases New Album

Sage Stevens, Reporter

January 27, 2016

"Death of a Bachelor," released on January 15, is the fourth album released by Panic! At The Disco. This album contains a new sound, which is unexpected for a band, but when the fact that Brendon Urie is the only remaining original member is taken into consideration, this is understandable. Unfortunately,...

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