Who Killed Tim Kono? (Series Review: “Only Murders in the Building”)

A delightfully sneaky send-up of true crime fandom in the podcast culture, with a nod to the eccentricities of Uptown NYC lifestyles. Continue Reading →


A Sanctified Servitude (Series Review: “The Handmaid’s Tale”)

A Feminist Dystopian nightmare serves as exceptional TV and socio-political cautionary tale. Chilling on all counts.
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Stranded Sisters (Series Review: “The Wilds”)

A captivating series about a group of troubled teenaged girls stranded on a deserted island. It’s ‘Lost’ meets ‘Lord of the Flies’ with a Feminist ‘Hunger Games’ chaser.

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The Dangers of Disappointment (Film Review: “Pieces of a Woman”)

When Grief mixes with Guilt. . . a shattering portrait of loss after the crushing tragedy of a home birth gone horribly wrong. Continue Reading →


The Business of Caring (Film Review: “I Care A Lot”)

A hilariously dark spin on the legal guardianship paradigm. . . and a cautionary tale about getting your affairs in order while you still can. Continue Reading →


Singing to the Troops (Film Review: “The Sapphires”)

Based on a true story, a feel-good Aussie tale about a group of Aboriginal girls with big dreams of singing professionally and seeing the world. The Vietnam War was an unexpected first stage. Continue Reading →


Sound of Silence (Film Review: “Sound of Metal”)

Riz Ahmed captivates as a heavy metal drummer who goes inexplicably and profoundly deaf, seemingly overnight. A raw observation of a life in transition. Continue Reading →