By: Joe Fisher Our movie is goingto Netflix! Santa Girl is coming to Netflix this winter as a part of the service’s Christmas section. The film, co-produced by The Studio at Shenandoah […]
Hollywood Comes to the Valley
By Rachel Levy Our small city of Winchester is known for the Apple Blossom Festival, Civil War battles, and Shenandoah University. But Blayne Weaver, an accomplished actor, writer and director, wants to […]
Upcoming Event: “Filmic Life: A Journey to Indigenize Digital Storytelling”
The Film Studies and Mass Communication Programs, with help from the Gender and Women’s Studies Program, are sponsoring an event for those interested in film and digital storytelling.
Top 7 Movies to See This Summer
Be sure to check out these films when they hit theaters this summer!
Independent film tops box office charts
Tyler Ganis, Staff Writer
In the Academy-nominated movie, “Room,” based on a novel by Emma Donaghue, a woman and her son are stuck in a room, the size of a dorm, with one skylight, for seven years.
“The Walking Dead” returns to AMC
Tyler Ganis, Staff Writer
One of television’s biggest shows, “The Walking Dead,” returned last Valentine’s Day, continuing its sixth season with an hour of nonstop action. The first half of the season left viewers speechless and on the edge of their seats, concerned for the safety of the beloved characters: no one is safe.
Messy presentations at Golden Globes
Sarah Beck, ‘Doah Staff Writer January 21, 2015 Celebrities from near and far attended the awards show in Beverly Hills, California at the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the annual Golden Globes on […]
Popular actors accept unusual roles in movies
Sarah Beck, ‘Doah Contributing Writer September 17, 2014 It is always interesting to see an actor take on a role that they wouldn’t usually do, but they play so well. For example, […]
Honest portrayal of slavery in the south
Caroline Madden, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 2, 2014 While we have had the film for television “Roots,” there has been no film to so accurately and unflinchingly portray the utter horrors of […]
Coen brother’s film has mixed reception
Caroline Madden, ‘Doah Staff Writer March 19, 2014 Written and directed by the brothers Joel and Ethan Coen (“The Big Lebowski”, “Fargo”) comes “Inside Llewyn Davis,” a melancholy picture of the Greenwich […]
Apps to help you catch the perfect movie
Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Managing Editor January 29, 2014 With the temperature at or below freezing lately, any inside activity is your favorite. One of the best things to do in the winter […]
Unique coming of age story causes controversy with audiences
‘Caroline Madden, ‘Doah Staff Writer January 29, 2014 Based on the graphic novel of the same name, “Blue is the Warmest Color” is a romantic coming-of-age story of a young girl, Adele, […]
A diverse cast makes ‘American Hustle’ great
Caroline Madden, ‘Doah Staff Writer January 15, 2014 Fresh off of last year’s hit “Silver Linings Playbook,” director and writer David O. Russell returns with the vibrant and charming “American Hustle.” As […]
Disney returns to animated musicals with new movie
Caroline Madden, ‘Doah Staff Writer December 4, 2013 Tired of the decades-old formulas, Disney has been going in a new direction with their princess movies. Gone are the days of the typical […]
‘Identity Thief’ has an identity crisis
William Wright, ’Doah Staff Writer February 20, 2013 In the new comedy “Identity Thief,” Jason Bateman continues his career-long streak of playing the quintessential straight man opposite characters with outrageous personalities. Bateman plays […]
3D not for me: Don’t bother straining your eyes for this one
William Wright, ’Doah Staff Writer February 6, 2013 Throughout my time writing about movies for The ’Doah, one thing I have never discussed is the quality of the 3-D on most of the […]