October 21, 2017

Stay alert for upcoming Netflix releases

Posted on October 17, 2017 by in Entertainment

Jasmine Cortez

Chronicle Reporter

October could be considered the time for season premieres, continuations, and releases. Netflix plans to do just that as they update their queue and allow the people to watch more movies and shows this October. Some of the Netflix originals are being brought back for another season and many more top picks of the public are being added to Netflix.

Finding out what will be be added to Netflix came from a website called Digital Trends. These were what will be added to Netflix:

  1. Slasher: Guilty Party
  2. 1922
  3. Haters Back Off (Season 2)
  4. The Smurfs: The Lost Village
  5. The Day I Met El Chapo
  6. Meet the Robertson
  7. The Mist (Season 1)
  8. The Hateful Eight
  9. Strange Weather
  10. Stranger Things 2
  11. Raw
  12. The Babysitter
  13. The Fosters

Netflix addicts can rejoice and find their latest binge worthy show or watch a movie in repeat.

Get spooky for Friday the 13th

Posted on October 13, 2017 by in Entertainment

Elissa Martinez

Chronicle Reporter

Don’t forget to knock on wood! Today is the first October Friday the 13th in 11 years and it’s the perfect time to get spooky this Halloween season. To get into the mood, here are five classic horror movies you should consider watching.

1. Friday the 13th (2009)

A young man by the name of Clay searches the woods around Crystal Lake for signs of his missing sister while a group of college students party in a hidden cabin. Meanwhile, a masked killer known as Jason Voorhees, stalks the students to avenge his dead mother.

According to Where’s the Jump? there are 23 jump scares.

2. Jeepers Creepers (2001)

Siblings Darry and Trish drive through an isolated countryside to get home from college. While driving they encounter a man in a large coat with a hat covering his face near an old church. They follow him down into the basement of the church to find something extremely disturbing. They later discover the flesh-eating creature.

According to Where’s the Jump? there are 11 jump scares.

3. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

A group of five close friends drive through Texas when they encounter a hitchhiker. They pick him up and the hitchhiker later stabs himself and one of the friends. They make the hitchhiker get off the car and the friends head to the nearest gas station. When stopped at the gas station they end up getting hunted by Leatherface, a chainsaw wielding killer, and his cannibalistic family.

According to Where’s the Jump? there are 2 jump scares.

4. Halloween (1978)

Fifteen years after being institutionalized for murdering his older sister, Michael Myers escapes from the asylum the night before Halloween and returns to the small town of Haddonfield where he begins to kill again.

According to Where’s the Jump? there are 13 jump scares.

5. Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

Freddy vs. Jason is a classic horror movie that is great to watch for a good scare. “Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees return to terrorize the teenage population. Except this time, they’re out to get each other, too.” -IMDb

According to Where’s the Jump? there are 24 jump scares.

Wanna do Something Fun?

Posted on October 12, 2017 by in Entertainment









Jocelyn Solis

Chronicle Reporter

Every year, every October The Blessed Sacrament Church gives its community the chance to experience a fun time with friends and family. The 2017 Carnival will be on October 13, 14 and the 15. This years schedule varies from Friday 6-11pm, Saturday 4-11pm and Sunday from 11-pm.

This annual event is a popular tradition in Hollywood. It is a weekend of fun with carnival rides, games, live entertainment and $8,000 in raffle prizes. Best thing yet admission is free. Many families come to the event to hear live music, participate in games, and enjoy more than 15 carnival rides. The international food festival will be giving an array of culinary treats from Latin America and the Philippines, along with carnival foods like popcorn, cotton candy and funnel cake.

It is both a celebration and community service. Teachers, Parents and students from all schools volunteer to help with game booths and ticket giving. It is an opportunity for High School students to get Community Service Hours done in a fun way. The proceeds from the Carnival will benefit students attending Blessed Sacrament School and the Church for food pantry. It is something to not miss out and an enjoyment for all ages.

Liam Gallagher Finally back in L.A

Posted on October 11, 2017 by in Entertainment

  via Warner Bros. Records

Liam Gallagher famous singer songwriter of Oasis and Beady Eye is finally coming to LA to support his latest album. He will be playing at The Wiltern on Nov 14 also playing a couple of shows around North America but is currently on tour in the UK. Liam’s debut solo record “As You Were” has been released via Warner Bros. He will be playing old songs from Oasis and new songs form his latest release for this tour.

“As You Were” has already  become one of the highest selling albums in the UK this year and has been receiving great feedback from fans and critics. Recently Liam played at Cal Jam 2017 a festival made by Foo Fighters in San Bernardino and both played a cover together of famous Beatles song “Come Together.” Liam has been known for putting on incredible shows and during this tour many die hard Oasis fans have been very satisfied with his performances.

The Villains Have Arrived at Disneyland

Posted on October 9, 2017 by in Entertainment

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Mayeli Acuna

Chronicle Reporter


It is that time of the year again, when the evil villains leave their mark in Disneyland Park. This year our host is the one and only Oogie Boogie from The Nightmare Before Christmas. Oogie Boogie brought along his other villain comrades, such as the mistress of evil Maleficent and the cruel Cruella de Vil. Mickey Mouse and his pals go on to save Disneyland Park from these villains, but Oogie Boogie made it clear all the villains will remain until Halloween Day.

Mark your calendars for annual Korean Festival

Posted on October 9, 2017 by in Entertainment

 Elvira Roman

Chronicle Reporter 

Are you planning a night out with friends, or by yourself? Here’s what you could be doing this week starting on Thursday night. The 44th annual Los Angeles Korean Festival will kick off on October 12th until the 15th.

This four day festival is a free admission event taking place in Koreatown. Enjoy spicy rice cakes, Korean BBQ, street-style food, traditional dishes and much more. If you’re not hungry you can spend the day watching a wide variety of performances. From kpop artists to traditional dances be prepared to see a diverse audience. Bring extra cash if you’re looking forward to shop. Over 300 vendors fill the festival with products directly from Korea including lanterns, Korean cosmetics and other products.

All-new Blade Runner hits theaters tomorrow

Posted on October 5, 2017 by in Entertainment

Blade Runner 2049 tells the story of a police officer (Ryan Gosling) in future Los Angeles, a new blade runner, on a journey to find a hidden message that would otherwise destroy what is left of humanity. On his way, he seeks out the former blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) and attains information from him that could change the trajectory of life for good.

The movie, directed by Denis Villeneuve (Arrival (2016), Sicario (2015)), stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, and Jared Leto.

Following the original 1982 Blade Runner starring Harrison Ford, 2049 clones it detailedly in story but brings much more production value to the audience through heavy use of special effects and CGI. The luxury of today gives us unforgettable cinematographic effects that 2049 utilizes to best enhance the ride, including a scene of Frank Sinatra’s hologram serenading Officer K from within a glass cage (playing a joke on the old coin jukebox). Ridley Scott said in a recent interview, “When I directed the original Blade Runner thirty-five years ago, I had no idea how iconic it would still be.”

Though Scott’s initial outlook on Los Angeles 2019 proved inaccurate in the first Blade Runner (we still await flying cars and a dystopian society today), Hollywood had not failed him in advancing the movie industry so much so that it allowed unlimited control over every aspect of the sequel, taken over by Villeneuve, giving way to a whole new world. 

A revived epic, Blade Runner 2049 looks to be a promising addition to the original legend. We will just have to wait and see, but until then, here’s a sneak peak:

Catch Blade Runner 2049 at Arclight, The Chinese Theater, and all other theaters starting tomorrow, Friday, October 6!

For all student athletes, there’s now a club for you.

Posted on October 3, 2017 by in Announcements, Entertainment

Isaak Ramirez

Chronicle Reporter

Interested in going to college to play sports? Do you have the potential to be a  athlete?  Then join athletes in action,  starting every Tuesdays during lunch in room 306, Mr. Woods class.  This clubs  main goal is to get as many students into college with a mindset of achieving a scholarship or just having a professional job in the field of sports in general.

Hugo Ochoa Garcia and Ethan Murga started the club, both are student athletes and aspire to go to college.  This is part of the inspiration that made them want to do the club,  and thought about the massive amounts of college tuition would impede students to attend their dream college.  Although this club is starting out very new, it shows great promise to athletes in the school, and dedicated to the sport.   If you’re trying to join the club then do so now. These two copresidents are doing their best to get colleges, to see the students potential. They are also trying to get practices and college scouts to visit the school. Join students in action, and work hard for the change you want to see and the change you want to be in your life as a student.

Wonder hits theaters Nov 17

Posted on October 1, 2017 by in Entertainment

Lexa Sorto

Chronicle Reporter

Wonder is an upcoming American family comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Chbosky . Based on the New York

Times bestseller, WONDER tells the inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman. Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, Auggie becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the local fifth grade. As his family, his new classmates, and the larger community all struggle to find their compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out. 

Wonder Author R.J. Palacio wote the book after an experience she had when seeing a young girl with Crainofacial Abnormalities. Craniofacial is a medical term that relates to the bones of the skull and face. Craniofacial abnormalities are birth defects of the face or head. Some, like cleft lip and palate, are among the most common of all birth defects. . Most of them affect how a person’s face or head looks. These   conditions may also affect other parts of the body.


Win tickets to acclaimed artist Somo’s concert

Posted on June 2, 2017 by in Entertainment, News

Katherine Quezada

Chronicle Reporter


Win tickets to Somo’s Fri June 9 concert. A singer songwriter who began getting recognized majorly on the app “Vine” had his biggest hit ‘Ride’ playing all over with different edits fan made of their favorite artists or actors.

Somo has plenty of other original work that has similar beats and lyrics to this song, as well as some popular covers ranging from J.Cole to The Weeknd with a little of his taste input to the covers.

If you don’t have anything to do on the last day of school and enjoy live music as well as having a good time with a friend or family memeber The Crimson Chronicle has two tickets to give away to Somo’s concert on June 9 at the Fonda Theater at 7 pm. All you have to do is comment “I want the tickets” down below first and they’re yours.

Have a fun time after you’re finally done with finals and the school year !