Take Me To Your Translator (Film Review: “Arrival”)

A soulful, suspenseful sci-fi film that bends time and space, while challenging humanity to adopt a single, universal language that can transcend all borders and dimensions. Continue Reading →


What’s Wrong with People? (Standup Review: “Sebastian Maniscalco: Aren’t You Embarassed?)

Old World Italian superstitions intersect with the often lunatic behaviors of modern life in the hilarious, albeit eccentric musings of Sebastian Maniscalco. Continue Reading →


Bite Me (Film Review: “Night of the Living Dead”)

The granddaddy of the zombie genre and just as shocking 50 years later: Night of the Living Dead. Bring a flaming torch and your blankie. . . Happy Halloween! Continue Reading →


Woman’s Best Friend (Film Review: “Megan Leavey”)

The moving, true story of one female soldier, her canine soulmate on the battlefield, and her valiant efforts to give him a forever home after his final tour of duty. Continue Reading →


Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (Film Review: “The Invitation”)

A reunion dinner party turns deadly in the tense and shocking film that will make you think twice before accepting your next RSVP. Continue Reading →


Moon River Over Manhattan (Film Review: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”)

The movie that launched an icon: Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Capturing a time, a place and a sensibility that can never be duplicated. At times silly but the sentiment always did and always will prevail. A triumph. Continue Reading →


From Suburbia to Stardom (Documentary Review: “Jerry Before Seinfeld”)

Jerry Seinfeld performs at the very spot that put him on the map as a struggling young comic in the late 70s. A nostalgic look back at his early life and career in the New York City of the times, in all her gritty glory. Continue Reading →