Our World in the Crosshairs (Documentary Review: “Before the Flood”)

While the political climate in the U.S. undergoes a seismic shift, so does the planet, according to the sober and comprehensive documentary, Before the Flood. Continue Reading →


Killing in Plain Sight (Series Review: “The Fall: Season 3”)

The Belfast Strangler is back, in the haunting 3rd season of The Fall. Nobody could predict how shockingly this will end. Continue Reading →


Into The (Cursed) Woods (Film Review: “The Witch”)

The Witch challenges the deepest recesses of the mind to separate supernatural terror from the historical record on religious hysteria. Think of it as a horror film for American History buffs. Continue Reading →


Through a Screen, Darkly (Series Review: “Black Mirror”)

Black Mirror is a ghastly (yet darkly comic) dystopia in which the staples of modern technology wield dire consequences. Put down your devices and pay attention. Continue Reading →


The Medals You Don’t Wear on Your Chest (Documentary Review: “My Italian Secret: The Forgotten Heroes”)

An enlightening portrait of true courage embodied by ordinary citizens, clergy and a superstar athlete, in the face of Nazi terror in Italy during World War II. Continue Reading →


A (Funny) Hot Mess (Series Review: “Fleabag”)

Fleabag may be the most harrowing and hilarious series from across the Pond in years, a totally unique show which deftly weds grief & comedy, to sparkling effect. Continue Reading →


Yield to Art in Transit (Documentary Review: “The First Monday in May”)

A fascinating insider’s tour of the most illustrious fashion show on earth, The First Monday in May once and for all settles the Is-Fashion-Art? debate, elegantly of course. Continue Reading →