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 →


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 →


Connecting the Dots (Series Review: “Unbelievable”)

A true crime series about a string of home invasion rapes, the fringe-class victim who no one believes, and the two detectives who just won’t give up until they’ve brought a monster to justice. Continue Reading →


Behind Enemy Lines (Documentary Series Review: “Pandemic”)

An eerily timed but critically relevant look at the global face of contagion today. Continue Reading →


The Prodigal Son Who Would Be King (Film Review: “The King”)

A somber retelling of Shakespeare’s Henriad plays, starring a brooding yet mesmerizing Timothée Chalamet Continue Reading →


The Memory of Love (Film Review: “Live Twice, Love Once”)

A respected professor and grandfather who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s sets out on a road trip to find the woman he’s always loved, before he forgets who she is. Continue Reading →