BLADE RUNNER 2049: REVIEW

Back in 1982, the first Blade Runner film was released. While it had an original story line, visuals to behold, and megastar Harrison Ford in the lead, it didn’t prevent the film from showing disappointing returns at the box office. However, like many films it gained a cult following in the decades to come. 35…

Film Campaigns to Watch: How the Moon Fell From the Sky

A whimsical, hopeful film centered around a queer romance… I’m so excited for my second film campaign! My latest campaign is How the Moon Fell From the Sky and No One Noticed. It is currently raising funds for post-production. There are still nine days until the close of the campaign, and every bit counts to helping…

Hollywood Bashes Donald Trump Because it’s Trendy

I’ve already made a post about the Emmys, but I wanted to focus more on the Sean Spicer cameo and Donald Trump’s role in the Emmys this year. I was a bit confused by Spicer’s appearance at first. It took me a minute to process that it was actually the real Sean Spicer that was…

THE 2017 EMMYS: Late Night Thoughts, Excitement, Snubs, Jeers

Every few months, (liberal) America convenes for the glitzy Hollywood awards shows. It’s September, and it was time again to honor the best in American television. While I am more of a film person, I do watch a select amount of TV shows. There’s just so much content out there that it is hard to…

HOME AGAIN Film Review: 40 is the Magic Number

Hot off the success of Big Little Lies, Reese Witherspoon returns in Home Again. Written and directed by Hallie Myers-Shyer, Home Again is about a 40-year-old woman trying to get her life together. Witherspoon plays Alice Kinney, a recently separated interior decorator who moves back to Los Angeles to start her life again with her…

Motion Sickness at the Movies

As a film lover, there is something that I have to go through from time to time. During certain screenings, I would have debilitating migraines, and feel as if I going to vomit. Often, I would stumble out of the theater, nauseous. For the longest time, I didn’t know what was wrong with me. Prior…

BOJACK HORSEMAN: TV’s Most Honest Portrayal of Depression

Who would’ve thought that a show about a horse would be one of television’s most human shows? Bojack Horseman is one of my favorite series of all time. It’s well written, well acted, and the artistry and attention to detail in this show is remarkable. Bojack Horseman is truly one of today’s most progressive TV…

TULIP FEVER: Film Review

Alicia Vikander and Christopher Waltz in Tulip Fever

Happy Labor Day! It’s a fine day for family and relaxation, but it’s a bleak time for the box office. This day, I decided to see Tulip Fever, a film based on the novel by Deborah Moggach. A fan of historical dramas, I was looking forward to it. Set in 17th century Amsterdam, Tulip Fever…

ACROSS THE TRACKS: Short Film Review

Across the Tracks Short Film

ACROSS THE TRACKS FILM REVIEW It’s always exciting to see a crowdfunded film come to life, and Across the Tracks is something amazing to behold- and definitely could have been a feature-length film. Across the Tracks follows two sisters, who lead very different lives, and the moments that altered their relationship forever. It packs a strong…

INGRID GOES WEST: The Perils of Social Media Obsession

Ingrid Goes West Poster

Be careful when you share your life online because you never know who is watching! Ingrid Goes West is a tale of the dangers of social media, told from the eyes of a crazed stalker. Distributed by Neon, and directed by Matt Spicer, Ingrid Goes West is the second film of Aubrey Plaza’s recent foray into producing.…