Blair Witch (2016) Review

Blair Witch (2016) Directed by Adam Wingard Horror, Thriller. Rated R. 1h29m. Review by Tommy Cashman “Just down right disappointed” is something one might say after watching Blair Witch (2016). It isn’t what I said, no, my response was more of a gentle exhale accompanied with a frown, but everyone is different. The film begins twenty years after Heather Donahue, the main(ish) character from the first … Continue reading Blair Witch (2016) Review

Trapped in ‘La La Land’: Review

By: Emily Arias I am a huge fan of love stories.. to the point where it’s kind of disgusting. I’ve seen Jack drown in Titanic too many times to count on my fingers (x100), I have sobbed quite a bit at the Notebook: I can’t help myself. I am obsessed with great relationships. So, when I saw the trailer for ‘La La Land’, a movie-musical … Continue reading Trapped in ‘La La Land’: Review

Attention Bloggers, Writers, Poets, Artists, etc!

Copper Arrow Magazine is currently looking for some guest writers to contribute a piece to our site. This will give you a chance to get exposure to a whole new audience through our site and social media. If you are interested in writing for us… email CopperArrowSubmit@gmail.com -Emily Editor-in-Chief of Copper Arrow Magazine Continue reading Attention Bloggers, Writers, Poets, Artists, etc!

The Political Overtones of Captain America: Civil War

By: Tyler Allen It’s hard to imagine a time before the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) absolutely took over the box office. Their newest film, Captain America: Civil War, has taken the country by storm. It has recently become the highest grossing film worldwide this year and will continue to bring in even more money. Civil War is not a typical comic book movie. While it does … Continue reading The Political Overtones of Captain America: Civil War