Review – Wonder Woman 1984

Christmas Day was a bit different this year. One of the most striking differences was the at-home premiere of Wonder Woman 1984, the second installment of director Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman films. Originally scheduled for release in summer of 2020, Wonder Woman 1984’s release date was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s […]

Christmas Movies to Stream this Holiday Season

It is the most wonderful time of year! Sweaters, candles, lights, trees, music, stockings, and Christmas movies! As you approach the end of this crazy year, it is only natural that you crave some sense of normalcy. While Christmas is going to be quite different this year, you can still enjoy the same fun, silly, […]

Euphoria Special Christmas Episode

Before its first episode even aired, Euphoria was the talk of 2019. The HBO series starred Zendaya, a former Disney Channel star taking on a darker, more mature role. Euphoria’s first season was a huge success, and left fans wanting more with a confusing cliffhanger ending. Euphoria’s soundtrack, cast, cinematography, makeup, wardrobe, and lack of […]

Review – AUGUSTUS

A short film like Augustus is one that should be seen by people of all ages and ethnicities, especially in times like these. The anger and frustration felt by many due to racial injustices happening across the country came to a head this year – the police killing of George Floyd sparked hundreds of protests […]

Review: Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm

Sacha Baron Cohen is back. The second installment of the Borat films comes with many of the laughs, pranks, and craziness as its predecessor. It also comes with an underlying message about where the United States is today in terms of politics and leadership, which is especially important to think about as the upcoming Presidential […]

REVIEW: The Haunting of Bly Manor

In the second season of his anthology series, The Haunting of Bly Manor, creator Mike Flanagan tells more than just a ghost story. Loosely based on Henry James’s novel The Turn of the Screw, this adaptation tells a story of loss, sorrow, and most importantly, love. The story begins with Dani (Victoria Pedretti), a young […]

Halloween Movies at Your Fingertips

As many of you know, spooky season is upon us. Things are a bit different this year, so what better way to celebrate than tucking in and watching a Halloween movie at home? You have a plethora of movies at your fingertips thanks to streaming services, and here are some great movies to get you […]

‘DAVID ATTENBOROUGH: A LIFE ON OUR PLANET’ REVIEW

In the beautifully shot and narrated Netflix documentary, David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet, ninety-three year old natural historian David Attenborough gives his witness statement to anyone who is willing to listen. Attenborough’s use of anecdote and pathos in his narration make for a very emotional and moving documentary, which is sure to leave […]

LET”S SCARE JULIE Review

Let’s Scare Julie is a smart and creative one-shot horror film, written and directed by Jud Cremata. Cremata’s creative vision for a horror movie about the “unknown” comes to life in Let’s Scare Julie. Unlike many other horror films focused on teenage girls, Let’s Scare Julie does not focus on sexuality and helplessness. It hones in on the […]