Review: ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’: Emma Corrin & Jack O’Connell Synergize in Steamy New Adaptation

Adaptations. Remakes. We are far too familiar with these in the world of entertainment. It seems every week there’s an announcement of a new movie, tv series, or book adaptation or remake in the works. So when I learned in March 2021 that D. H. Lawrence’s classic 1928 novel Lady […]

Review: Jenna Ortega Perfectly Brings Woe to Wednesday Addams in Netflix Series

This is a spoiler-free review of Wednesday Woefully so, the anticipated premiere of the Netflix series Wednesday premiered on Wednesday November 23. Starring Jenna Ortega as the titular character, the series follows Wednesday Addams getting expelled from normie school and then being placed at Nevermore Academy which educates and molds […]

Review: ‘1899’: A Multilingual & Multilayered Mystery Series from the Creators of ‘Dark’

This is a spoiler-free review of 1899 The creators of Netflix‘s hit German series Dark (2017-2020), Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar, are back with a new mind bending mystery series. The ingredients that made Dark such a successful series are clearly apparent in 1899 (such as the music, cinematography, and writing) but the two […]

Review: ‘The Menu’ Serves Up a Poignant Dish of What Happens When You Lose the Joy of Cooking

I watch a lot of cooking shows but wouldn’t even begin to call myself a foodie. I watch as the cooks and bakers prepare intricate edibles, and the judges use convoluted jargon to dissect the bites. Still, after viewing one of these programs I find myself wanting to get in […]

Episodes 1 & 2 Recap: A Serial Killer is on The Loose and Targeting the Gay Community in ‘American Horror Story: NYC’

For over a decade, FX’s American Horror Story (AHS), has taken viewers to a mysterious murder house, a twisted asylum, a powerful coven, an endearing freak show, a spooky hotel, eerie Roanoke, a devious cult, the end of the world, a camp in the 1980’s, an isolated beach town, and […]

Review: A Family’s Dream Home Becomes a House of Horrors in Netflix’s ‘The Watcher’

This review contains spoilers*For many, a goal in life is to be able to purchase a dream home for your family; but what happens when that idyllic lifestyle you’ve curated for yourself begins to fall apart when a mysterious stranger and many outside forces are determined to turn your dream […]

Review: ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ Chronicles our Technological Dependence in a Ghostly Fashion

This review contains spoilers*With Spooky Season officially here, new movies and series are being released all month long both in theaters and on streaming platforms. Netflix’s latest supernatural film to drop is Mr. Harrigan’s Phone based on Stephen King’s short story. It is directed and written by John Lee Hancock […]

Review: ‘Blonde’ Depicts the Tragic Dichotomy of Marilyn Monroe vs. Norma Jeane

This article contains spoilers and discussion of abuse and abortion.Marilyn Monroe, born Norma Jeane Mortenson, is one of the most iconic names in Hollywood and easily recognized as a public figure that spans generations. Monroe has been portrayed on the big, and small, screen by several actresses since 1976. Misty […]

Review: The Twist in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ is Exactly What You Think, But There’s More to The Plot Below the Surface

If you’ve been on social media remotely over the past few weeks, then I’m sure you’ve seen the drama circulating around the psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling. In her second directed feature film, Olivia Wilde took on the helm along with having a key role in the movie centered around […]

Review: ‘Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ Reminds Us That Many of His Murders Could Have Been Prevented

This review contains spoilers from Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story and discussion of murder.There have been numerous biopics, television specials and documentaries chronicling the true crime horrors of cannibal serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer and the 17 victims he murdered between 1978 and 1991. The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer […]