Take the Shot (Film Review: “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter”)

A charming coming of age comedy about a self-promoting, outdoorsman Dad desperate to imprint his passion for hunting onto his adolescent son. And the companion video won’t hurt his business, either. Continue Reading →


The Shackles of Faith (Series Review: “Unorthodox”)

The best-selling memoir of a young woman’s escape from her Hasidic Brooklyn community is loosely adapted for the small screen. The result: an unapologetic and scathing indictment of the culture. Continue Reading →


Catching Evil (Series Review: “The Outsider”)

A more poignant darkness prevails in this disturbing series, adapted from a novel by the master himself, Stephen King Continue Reading →


Payback is a Bitch (Film Review: “Haywire”)

A finely tuned female fighting machine wages a 1-woman war on the secret government contractor who betrayed her. . . and anyone else who stands in her way. Continue Reading →


Our Neighbor at Home (Documentary Review: “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?)

Sure to put a smile on your face and a tear in your eye, the story of the unlikely rise of Fred Rogers, whose pioneering childrens’ TV show left an indelible mark on an entire generation of kids everywhere. Continue Reading →


Too Soon? (Series Review: “Medical Police”)

Two American docs are swept up in a deadly international game of viral espionage in which they discover their true talents at crime-solving. . . a hilarious spoof that’s anything but politically correct and instantly infectious. Continue Reading →


A Soldier Escort (Film Review: “Hostiles”)

A somber yet brutal tale about an embittered U.S. Army Captain and the perilous journey he’s ordered to take, to escort his enemy – a dying Cheyenne Chief – back to his homeland. Continue Reading →