Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Monster Hunter Rise is an action RPG that sends players off to hunt monsters, equip weapons and upgrade armor. The game is currently available where video games are sold and on Nintendo’s Eshop.

Monster Hunter Rise

A definite must-buy video game for 2021.
Raymond Luna, Social Media April 15, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise released on the Nintendo Switch March 26, 2021. For $59.99 you get the standard edition (just a copy of the game). For $69.99 is the deluxe edition (includes the game and DLC). The collector's edition retails for $99.99 and comes with pins, stickers, DLC and a Magnamallo Amiibo figure. Synopsis “Monster...

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Carey Mulligan as Cassandra in the film Promising Young Woman.

Promising Young Woman Movie Review

Valeria Yanez, Reporter April 5, 2021

“Promising Young Woman'' is about a medical school drop out named Cassandra that is 30 years old. The movie shows the realities of sexual assault and how men have been excused for thier predatory behavior, all while showing the hardships of being a woman in society these days. The main character...

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Rio Rewind Ep.2 (Friday 3/12/2021)

March 12, 2021

https://open.spotify.com/episode/30zhRuVjvK9GLmUUYvCUrc?si=RfZ-I0FcTxWKbCClNQs2yA In this episode of Rio Rewind, Brandon Ramirez and Lorenzo Arce discuss Quentin Tarantino's 1994 film, Pulp Fiction. It's unpredictability, uniqueness, and whether it would pass nowadays are some of the interesting discussions...

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Nintendo announces all new games during their Nintendo Direct event.

Nintendo Direct 2021 Recap

Super Nintendo Letdown?
Luke Perez, Reporter February 19, 2021

February 17, 2021, Nintendo ended their silence and announced upcoming games during their Nintendo Direct event. Although some games were well received, gamers and Nintendo fans were ultimately left disappointed. Here are the happy's and crappy's of Nintendo Direct 2021. The Happy's The revival of...

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Upon its release in 1967,

Review: 43rd Anniversary of “Titicut Follies”

Sam Garcia, News Editor October 3, 2020

Released in 1967, “Titicut Follies” gave audiences a look at the mistreatment of patients at Bridgewater Hospital for the criminally insane. Since today marks the film’s 43rd anniversary, Sam Garcia takes a look back and reviews the unsettling film, banned from general distribution for over 20...

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The Newest Netflix Series Will Have You Ugly Crying

Madelyn Gastelum, Reporter May 13, 2019

There is always time to Netflix and Chill but sometimes you can go through a dry spell. If you have hit a dry spell, don’t worry because there is a new Netflix series that you will want to binge. The newest Netflix series “Dead To Me” stars actress Christina Applegate, as newly widowed housewife...

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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Movie Reaction Review (SPOILERS)

Diane Chau, Staff Writer March 6, 2019

Welcome back to Berk The movie that everyone has been waiting for has finally come, How to Train Your Dragon 3 is now playing in theaters. The movie introduces itself to the audience with the night fury dragon who goes by Toothless, swooped his trainer, Hiccup, from a commotion. They both fled the chaos...

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Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus: Live at the Novo (“Bambi” Tour Review)

Michael Khuraibet, Digital Editor-in-Chief February 2, 2019

Since the release of their first EP in 2014, indie rock band Hippo Campus has slowly refined their craft. Their latest album, Bambi (2018), is the culmination of that effort. The record adds new musical flavors to their already unique style. The band energized a packed house during a tour stop at The...

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Review: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power

Danielle Anzures, Reporter November 26, 2018

 Old Show With a New Coat of Paint   When the original She-Ra: Princess of Power came out in the 80s the goal was to sell toys. The show was a spin-off from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe that was meant to cash in off the success of the predecessor by marketing to little girls. Despite...

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Review: The Grinch is Underwhelming

Review: The Grinch is Underwhelming

The animation was simple yet lovely and the movie captured the hearts of many.
Danielle Anzures , Reporter November 16, 2018
Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas is a staple in most homes for the holiday season. With its recognizable characters to its downright
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Review: Halloween

Jennifer España, Managing Editor October 26, 2018

Trick or treat! It’s the boogeyman, returning to the big screen after his theatrical debut back in 1978. The story follows Michael Myers, a six-year-old boy who commits a gruesome murder on All-Hallows-Eve. 15 years after committing the murder of his eldest sister, Myers escapes the mental institution...

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Tom Harding as Marvel's Venom.

Review: Venom

Jaime Aparicio, Science and Technology Editor October 12, 2018

Marvel brings a new universe in the film Venom. Most of the box-office success belongs to Marvel Studios. While Spider-Man is linked with Marvel Studios from Sony Pictures. Sony decides to take a different route with Spidey-related characters and build their own cinematic universe. The movie stars Tom...

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