Review

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’: A fascinating, yet disturbing masterpiece

Hayden Cole Lantern Staff 8/10 Lanterns Telling the story of an undercover informant in the Black Panthers during the 60s and 70s, Judas and the Black Messiah delivers action and drama that can’t help but captivate the viewer. It delivers award-worthy performances and doesn’t just call out the failing of white people and the U.S.… Continue reading ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’: A fascinating, yet disturbing masterpiece

Opinion · Review

New York Times presents “Framing Britney Spears”: Britney Spears and the support to end her conservatorship

Naomi Galindo Lantern Staff Many documentaries have been released based on Britney Spears life and conservatorship. Most of these have been released on YouTube. Some of these documentaries do go in depth, but some don’t deliver. “Deep Dive” on YouTube is the unofficial documentary that has been the most successful Britney documentary on the platform.… Continue reading New York Times presents “Framing Britney Spears”: Britney Spears and the support to end her conservatorship

Review

‘Promising Young Woman’: An absolute must-see Film

Hayden Cole Butler Lantern 9/10 Lanterns Promising Young Woman is one of the most surprising films of the year. Not just because of its award worthy performances, and not because of its terrific story line, but because it doesn’t hesitate to call out the men who take advantage of woman and say loudly and proudly… Continue reading ‘Promising Young Woman’: An absolute must-see Film

Review

‘The Little Things’: Intriguing premise doesn’t deliver

Hayden Cole Butler Lantern The Little Things: 6/10 Lanterns The film, The Little Things, draws audiences in with three phenomenal actors, Jared Leto, Rami Malek and Denzel Washington. Each actor delivers fantastically, gritty performances to keep the viewer on the edge of their seat. Leto delivers a deeply disturbing and cringy performance as the prime… Continue reading ‘The Little Things’: Intriguing premise doesn’t deliver

Feature · Opinion · Review

Let’s Grab-n-Go at the Butler Bistro

Jordan Plowman Multimedia Editor As the sight of frost peeks around the corner, Butler offers something new on campus. After the long overdue construction comes to a fold, Butler invites Great Western Dining to run the new Butler Bistro in Andover’s 5000 building.  “The Butler Bistro is open 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through… Continue reading Let’s Grab-n-Go at the Butler Bistro

Opinion · Review

‘Hubie Halloween’: Hilarious, spooky fun

Hayden Cole Lantern Staff In his latest feel-good, goofball film, Adam Sandler stars as an outsider who just wants to keep people safe on the spookiest night of the year. Released on Netflix last week, Sandler also stars beside some familiar faces: Kevin James (Sgt. Steve Downey), Steve Buscemi (Walter Lambert) and Rob Schneider (Richie… Continue reading ‘Hubie Halloween’: Hilarious, spooky fun

Feature · Opinion · Review

Local spook house is bound to bring a scare

Annette Berntsen Lantern Staff If you are in the Halloween spirit and looking for something fun to do with friends, then look no further than the Haunted Cannery Spook House and Lunatic Asylum.   Located on 77 Highway just a few miles north of El Dorado, the Haunted Cannery sits next to Walter’s Pumpkin Patch, another popular fall attraction. General admission is $20 per… Continue reading Local spook house is bound to bring a scare

Review

Netflix’s new psychological thriller film does not disappoint

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief On Friday, Sep. 11, Netflix released another one of their original movies called The Devil All the Time. It was released to select theaters, then released on Netflix on Wednesday, Sep. 16. In its first two days after being released, it was the most-watched thing on Netflix, and in its overall first… Continue reading Netflix’s new psychological thriller film does not disappoint