Earlier this year, I reviewed the first season of the “Fargo” TV series inspired by the Coen brothers’ film of the same name, praising it for memorable characters, disturbing depictions of violence, and writing. Because I missed it on TV when it aired, I had a lot of hype for the second season Blu-ray, even picking it up on the day it was released, which, surprisingly, is a first for me.
Tonight we take a nostalgia trip as we have an in-depth discussion on why Sly 2: Band of Thieves is the perfect childhood game.
Tonight we take a look at a TV movie sci-fi psychological thriller in our first (and hopefully last) mini-episode of The Pioneer.
A documentary short on an amateur Muay Thai fighter who participates in pugilistic events in and around the Denver area. The film follows him on the eve of a fight and what he does to prepare. Edited and Directed by Michael Neave Music by Brian Harry and Chase Demos Camera Operators: Michael Neave and John Neave Director of Photography: Michael Neave Produced by Mace|Film. and Studio 204 Featuring: Dean Kokorus, Steven Le, and Juan Carlos Rodriguez Technical Aspects: 2015-Color-H.264-1080p-2.39:1 by
Mr. Ian Ray is hopeful for the future of his teaching career as a part of the Heritage High School science department.
On today’s episode of The Pioneer the crew reviews two of our personal favorites from the year: “Gone Girl” and “Birdman (or the unexpected virtue of ignorance).”
Another person to have had the honor of winning Mr. Eagle is Jay Merrill who won the event three years ago during his senior year at Heritage High School.
January is a terrible month to be a fan of film, so instead of wasting our time watching trash at the cinema, we decided to tackle two awesome TV Shows from abroad.
Documentaries are highly overlooked by the masses. Join us as we discuss two top notch crime documentaries that are just as good if not better than a film from any other genre.
While most classes at Heritage cover the basics, the STEAM program which took place over the summer, takes a different approach. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.