The Folk Singer Spy (Series Review: “Patriot”)

Can an exhausted Intelligence agent suffering from PTSD, with a penchant for penning confessional song lyrics containing classified top secret info, stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons? There’s a song here somewhere. Continue Reading →


Blood Brothers (Film Review: “What We Do in the Shadows”)

New Zealand’s mashup of Big Brother-Meets-Dark Shadows-Meets-Twilight. A genre teasing vampire movie that is one bloody good time. Continue Reading →


Flatlined, Flatulent & Forgotten (Film Review: “Swiss Army Man”)

In a movie that defies every parent’s warning never to play with dead things, Swiss Army Man proves that corpses are people, too. Continue Reading →


Still Playing for The Blood (Series Review: “Mozart in the Jungle, Season 3”)

Mozart in the Jungle’s new season is pure Joy, set against the backdrop of Venice’s Grand Canal and Broadway’s Canyon of Heroes. It’s so worth the wait. 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 →


What If We’d Lost? (Series Review: “The Man in the High Castle”)

A gripping post WWII what-if-story set in a dystopian America after the Allied Army has lost the war to Japan and Nazi Germany. Totally addictive. Continue Reading →


See Dick Run. Run, Dick, Run (Film Review: “The Candidate”)

The 1972 film that captured the cynicism and commoditization of American politicians, set against an insatiable media landscape. . . The Candidate resonates as a cultural clarion bell, now more than ever. Continue Reading →