On Ann Rule's A Murder to Remember, Robin's husband is killed, and she struggles to piece together if her "savior" is really a friend or a monster. Read our review!
Posted in: Lifetime
Sleeping With Danger Review: Riveting, Haunting, and Wonderfully Cast!
On Lifetime's Ann Rule adaptation, Sleeping With Danger, Grace's man of her dreams becomes a hellish nightmare, and she fights to survive him. Read our review!
Posted in: Lifetime
The Secret: Dare to Dream Shines a Little Positivity on 2020
While 2020 seems like an incredible struggle -- for our health and basic rights -- The Secret: Dare to Dream challenges you to see things differently for best results.
Her Deadly Groom Review: A Twisty, Thrilling Cautionary Tale!
On Her Deadly Groom, Allison realizes that the new man she marries is nothing like she imagined, but is it too many dead bodies too late? Read our review inside!
Psych 2 Review: Lassie Come Home
Our review of Psych 2 reveals what happens when Shawn and Gus return to Santa Barbara to help Lassiter, recovering after being ambushed, determine who attacked him.
Posted in: Psych 2
Tom Hanks Casts Away on Greyhound In a Tailor-Made Role
Tom Hanks stars in and wrote the screenplay for Greyhound, a film that takes place during the winter of 1943 during the Battle of the Atlantic. Our review.
The Outpost Movie Review: Rod Lurie's Riveting Film Documents Valor at War
Based on Jake Tapper's book, The Outpost: The Untold Story of American Valor, Rod Lurie skillfully details one of the bloodiest battles of the War in Afghanistan.
7500 Review: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Delivers a Taut Performance in Amazon's Latest Original
Amazon Prime's latest original movie, 7500 starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is a tense thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Read our review.
Posted in: Amazon
Mighty Oak Review: Child-Prodigy Tommy Ragen Plays Rockstar
Janel Parrish joins child-prodigy Tommy Ragen in Mighty Oak, one of the first films released to reopening movie theaters and drive-ins nationwide.
The King of Staten Island Thematically Deconstructs Faulty First Impressions, Along with Its Own
Faulty first impressions lead to errs in judgment. That's the message taken from Davidson's debut star-vessel, The King of Staten Island. Delve into our movie review here.
The Accompanist: Beautiful Music and Dancing Do Not a Cohesive Film Make
By eliminating, in our minds, the existence of all other films from the genre with which we ought to contrast, we hope a good story survives on The Accompanist. Our review.
The Third Strike Review: A Documentary Offering Hope to Three-Strikes Law Cases
Nicole Jones introduces the Decaration Collective Iniative, it's founder MiAngel Cody, and five men incarcerated under three-strikes legislation in this moving documentary.