Marvel Studios released one of its new Phase 4 movies, the sequel to Black Panther which came out in 2018. The movie quickly became number one in the theaters. Continue reading ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ lives up to hype
“Amsterdam” is the newest star-studded movie in theaters, featuring Christian Bale (“Batman”), Taylor Swift (“Cats”), Margot Robbie (“Suicide Squad), Robert De Niro (“Goodfellas”) and others. Continue reading Star studded cast let down by messy plot
Echo publications is giving away two free tickets to the Sept. 17, Ben Platt concert at the Fabulous Fox Theatre. Those interested should scan the QR code and complete the form. The Echo staff will draw for the winner and announce that winner on Sept. 14. Continue reading Echo to give away Ben Platt tickets
Whether people have childhood memories of watching Disney movies or are catching up with everyone, “Ratatouille” a (Family/Comedy) released in June. 2007 is a great example of a movie, this generation grew up with. Continue reading Review: ‘Ratatouille’ offers family entertainment
“In this world, it’s just us / You know it’s not the same as it was,” Harry Styles sings in his “Harry’s House” lead single, “As It Was.”
Released on April 1, this powerful, vulnerable, and incredibly dance-able tune foreshadows what promises to be a unique third album for Styles. Continue reading Will ‘Harry’s House’ be soundtrack of summer?
“Harvey is not a fluff piece. Harvey is a very smart, well-written comedy, so I thought I want to do Harvey because about eight years ago we had planned to do Harvey,” drama teacher Todd Schaefer said. Continue reading Cast shares preparation for ‘Harvey’
Twitter’s favorite British pop star Charli XCX has returned with her fifth studio album “CRASH.” In true XCX-fashion, the album leaked on Twitter weeks prior, but its official release date was March 18. Continue reading Review: Charli XCX CRASHES charts with new album
With the image of teenage musicians being loud and uncaring, Webster student musicians are here to change the narrative. Continue reading Music makes for powerful outlet, more than just a noise
Every teen’s favorite show and new Sunday night ritual “Euphoria” returned for its highly-anticipated second season on Jan. 9. Continue reading Review: ‘Euphoria’ season 2 lacks eye glitter
If you all are familiar with the concept of a collab, that’s what this is. The senior editors of the Echo are back this time with the “In’s and Out’s of 2022.” Continue reading Editors determine what’s ‘in’ and what’s ‘out’
The latest and fifth installment of the iconic, comedic and meta slasher franchise “Scream” hit theaters on Jan. 14, and I’m definitely answering the phone for this movie. Continue reading Parks’ Perspective: Is ‘Scream’ ‘favorite scary movie’-worthy?
Drama is producing “Reflection” on March 11, at the Jerry R. Knight auditorium at 7 p.m. Tickets will cost $10. Continue reading Drama department to put on ‘Reflection’ play
Good gluten free food can be exceptionally hard to find when trying to eat out, grocery shop, or even find a sweet treat, although St. Louis does have a lot of places that accommodate the gluten free community. Continue reading St. Louis venues offer gluten-free cuisine
“Riverdale” returned for its sixth season with a 5 episode special event on Nov. 16, but with a different town name. However, the town’s name is not the only thing that has changed. Continue reading Review: ‘Riverdale’ returns with 5-episode special event and new name
“Retro Bowl,” an 8-bit themed game produced by Retro New Star Games has reached No. 1 on most downloads and is currently rated as the No.1 free game to download on the Apple App Store. Continue reading Review: New hit game app ‘Retro Bowl’ proves simple yet successful
I rated four drinks based on six categories on a scale from one to five, one being the worst, five being the best. The first category was presentation, how cute is the drink, does it look good?
The second category was peppermint to coffee ratio, one being mostly coffee and five being mostly pepperminty. Continue reading Review: Starbucks wins peppermint coffee competition
“Queer as Folk (US)” was a television show that ran on Showtime from 2000-2005. It was one of the first genuine looks at gay life from a gay perspective to ever air on American television. Continue reading Review: ‘Queer as Folk’ portrays honest look at gay life in America
“Red Notice” is a brand new action and comedy film starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot. The movie has a lot of good aspects, but on most fronts, it falls short. Continue reading Review: New star studded action film is Netflix’s biggest budget movie to date
Everyone knows the movie “Elf,” or at least has heard of it. Will Ferrell brings a new kind of joy to Christmas during this movie. Continue reading Review: ‘Elf’–Is It Worth The Hype?