A Dish Best Served Old (Film Review: “Remember”)

A taught and tragic psychological thriller about a nursing home patient who turns assassin, seeking revenge on the Nazi soldier who – 70 years earlier – killed his entire family at Auschwitz. A nail biter like no other with a twisty reveal that will leave you shaken to your core. Continue Reading →


Teacher’s Pet (Film Review: “The Girl with All the Gifts”)

A dystopian future in which mankind is outnumbered and the reason is chillingly familiar. Continue Reading →


Ugly Americans Amongst the Ruins (Film Review: “The Two Faces of January”)

No one is who they seem to be in the stylish thriller, The Two Faces of January, shot on location in Greece and Turkey. Continue Reading →


The Search for Bounty (Film Review: “The Retrieval”)

A Civil War drama that illustrates what happens when Fear trumps Morality Continue Reading →


Must Love Huskies (Film Review: “Eight Below”)

“If you go any further South, you’ll fall off the planet. . . ” Continue Reading →


A Delicate Balance of Harmony (Film Review: “A Late Quartet”)

A Late Quartet is a lovingly crafted and beautifully acted drama which peels back the stuffy veneer of the classical music scene to reveal the beating hearts beneath.  The drama centers on the members of The … Continue Reading →


I Have To Go To Another Prison (Series Review: “Orange is the New Black, Season 1”)

“I have been felt up, stalked, and called Taylor Swift…so can you please just cut me some slack?” Continue Reading →