Caleb Miller Publisher

Class of 2020


  • Blade Runner 2049

    Creating a worthy sequel to a classic is no easy task — for every The Godfather Part II there’s an Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and The Matrix: Reloaded. Nonetheless, director Denis Villeneuve overcomes this challenge with his new film Blade Runner 2049. The original Blade Runner, released in 1982 and directed by Ridley Scott, was a dark, dystopi...

    Pillbox | October 30, 2017
  • Roger Waters

    When you talk to a friend about a concert, you usually tell them something along the lines of “I saw the Arctic Monkeys last night" or "I'm seeing J. Cole next week.” However, while you may phrase it that way, most concerts are really about hearing: being blown away by a loud song, bass so low that it makes you vibrate, or singing along with tens of thousands of other fans.

    Pillbox | September 25, 2017
  • Songs of the Summer

    Every summer, a few songs come along that dominate pop culture, blaring out of cars and on beaches, with even casual listeners recognizing the biggest hits. This summer was undoubtedly won by the inescapable “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber. Other major pop stars, like Bruno Mars, DJ Khaled, Ed Sheeran, and Kendrick Lamar, also took over the radio waves across

    Pillbox | September 18, 2017
  • Son Little

    In the fall of 2016, Son Little found himself in the remote city of Darwin, Australia, wrapping up a long tour. He had been swamped since his self-titled debut album came out in 2015, touring and working with other musicians’ projects, and had been yearning to write again. He finally found his chance under Darwin’s starry, tropical night sky, but was in need of a guitar. Luckily, a blind Aborigina...

    Pillbox | September 18, 2017
  • Heathers: The Musical

    When I first heard that the Scotch’n’Soda production for Carnival would be Heathers: The Musical, I was wary. Having watched Heathers, the 1988 film on which it is based, I was unsure of how such a dark and racy movie would translate to musical theater without becoming corny. There was no need to worry, however. Adjustments to the plot, catchy songs, raunchy humor, and, above all else, an extr...

    Pillbox | April 24, 2017

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