Movie Review: The Wolf Hour (2019)

Source The Wolf Hour is a depressing and anxiety-inducing representation of the writing process. The film focuses on June and her descent into madness as she attempts to write her next big hit. June has isolated herself from the world, fearing to leave her apartment. The movie does a great job at manifesting June's anxiety, loneliness,... Continue Reading →

Spinster

Source It is hard to recommend Spinster because the movie is slow and the character is annoying. The sound is bad, and most conversations exist within an echo. That said, the story is solid, and the journey that Gaby is pretty good. Spinster is about a 39-year-old Gaby who is having an identity crisis. According to society, Gaby... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: No Clue (2013)

Source No Clue is a fun and quirky parody of the detective noir genre. It is similar to the Naked Gun series but less suave and more dorky. The movie is about a dorky pen salesman who gets hired as a PI by a mysterious woman. Now he must use the little skills he has to solve a... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Honeymoon (2014)

Source Honeymoon is a low-budget horror movie that is worth checking out. The movie follows a newlywed couple on their honeymoon in a lake town. Everything seems fine at first. They are able to enjoy a few moments of marital bliss before their lives change forever. Their honeymoon becomes shrouded by an ominous mystery, and Paul... Continue Reading →

TV Series Review: Outer Range

Outer Range is a brand new show on Amazon that should at least be on your radar. As of writing this, there are only two episodes out, but they are enough to at the very least get you invested. This is a suspenseful, ominous, and mysterious take on the rancher's story, and I for one am... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: All the Old Knives (2022)

Source All the Old Knives is a new movie on Amazon. It is supposed to be this suspenseful mystery about a detective trying to find the traitor, but all that is uncovered is deep disappointment.   The poster has you believe that you will get a murder mystery type movie, where the main character goes around investigating... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Kept Woman (2015)

Kept Woman is a horror movie where the monster is toxic masculinity. The film is about a strong, intelligent, independent Jessica who is kidnapped and forced to live the rest of her life as a 1950's American housewife in her neighbor's basement. It is a story about the struggle between modern womanhood and the pressure of... Continue Reading →

Streaming Series Review: Outlaws (2021)

Outlaws is a show on Amazon about a group of strangers that meet doing community service. Whether by circumstance or action, crime has brought these strangers together. The show weaves several different narratives as you explore each character's past and growth. Most of the narratives fit together nicely, but some leaps are made to make the... Continue Reading →

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