Joe Murphy is a second-year Computational Media major. His hobbies include playing soccer, overusing caps lock on Facebook, and being addicted to Game of Thrones, Falling Skies, and Parks and Recreation. He enjoys hanging out with everyone at the Technique, and hopes to one day work for Pixar and help create both Toy Story 4 and The Incredibles 2.
Beginning with 2004’s zombie romance Shaun of the Dead and continuing with 2007’s police comedy Hot Fuzz, British director Edgar Wright’s “Three Flavours Cornetto” film trilogy was concluded on Aug. 23 with the release of […]
Blockbusters are fine and dandy while they last, but summer is over and it’s time to get excited about television once more. The fall season promises drama and comedy, mystery and reality, all over a […]
Global music has a few new faces. Their name is the African Children’s Choir, there are thousands of them and they are here to spread a message of joy and perseverance. Despite their impoverished backgrounds, […]
Aiming straight for the awkward, shuffling teenager in all of us, the 2013 Sundance pick The Way, Way Back opened in select theaters across the country on July 5. Boasting a welcome cast of experienced […]
Millions of fans’ prayers were answered this past Sunday, May 26 with the release of the long-anticipated new season of Arrested Development. After its infamous and shocking cancellation by FOX in 2006 after three short […]
I’m not going to lie; Tech can be pretty big diva when it comes to hogging the spotlight of my daily schedule. Amidst all the impossible deadlines and life-shattering all-nighters that I have experienced, it’s […]
From performances at Under the Couch to appearances at the Grammys, Tech students, faculty and alumni have proven time and again that they are no beginners when it comes to music. Chris Howard, a former […]
“It is always amazing to see so many people working together to make the show happen.” Still fresh from its successful run of the Japanese drama “after the quake” earlier this semester, DramaTech is ready […]
Leonard generates her music from the rocks, shells and general debris that she finds. For most people, the term “Antarctic music” most likely brings to mind the peaceful or haunting sounds of the piano, flute […]
This past week, yet another classic fairy tale received the full Hollywood treatment of blood, bullets and special effects. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters hit theaters on Jan. 25, and has been met with a […]
Television is gripping the nation. It is everywhere, it plays to every possible audience demographic and it covers every subject you can think of. We watch television about zombies, television about early-20th-century British aristocratic families […]
Since its first performance on Broadway, the musical Les Misérables has been associated with a sense of grandeur and emotional depth. The modern entertainment industry rarely produces work at such a high level.