Behind Enemy Lines (Documentary Series Review: “Pandemic”)

An eerily timed but critically relevant look at the global face of contagion today. Continue Reading →


The Prodigal Son Who Would Be King (Film Review: “The King”)

A somber retelling of Shakespeare’s Henriad plays, starring a brooding yet mesmerizing Timothée Chalamet Continue Reading →


An American in London (Stand-up Review: “Rob Delaney: Jackie”)

Co-creator/star of the hit Amazon series Catastrophe, Rob Delaney shares some insights on his American expat family’s life in London Continue Reading →


The Memory of Love (Film Review: “Live Twice, Love Once”)

A respected professor and grandfather who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s sets out on a road trip to find the woman he’s always loved, before he forgets who she is. Continue Reading →


Is He or Isn’t He?(Series Review: “Messiah”)

In modern day Syria, a complete unknown captures the attention of several hundred desperate souls. Seemingly overnight, he crosses an ocean and becomes a global sensation. Is he Christ returned. . . or something much darker? Continue Reading →


Running Away (Film Review: “Wonderstruck”)

A beautiful and mysterious journey linking two lost children between disparate worlds. Continue Reading →


All I Want for Christmas (Series Review: “Home for Christmas”)

SnapShot Plot Although it may seem spun from familiar holiday fabric, Home for Christmas is nonetheless an especially endearing series out of Norway which starts off slowly but quickly pulls at your heartstrings about a … Continue Reading →