I'm a scaredy-cat, I know that about myself and I'm O.K. with it. It's the reason why I was so reluctant to see Lovecraft Country even though I wanted to watch and review the pilot when it aired. I didn't. This series nagged at me and I caved. I watched the pilot in broad daylight … Continue reading TV Review: Lovecraft Country (S1) | An Educational Fantasy Journey
It was only when the movie was annouced that I became aware of Enola Holmes. Although a newer character in the Sherlock Holmes mythology, I wasn't phased by it because I've been pleasantly surprised by many versions of Sherlock, Watson, and Mycroft. Directed by Harry Bradbeer (Fleabag, Dickensian) and adapted by Jack Thorne (His Dark … Continue reading Enola Holmes | A Great Synergy of Writing, Acting, Directing and Everything in Between
A review of the sophomore season of Killing Eve
This British spy thriller series by Fleabag Phoebe Waller-Bridge is based on the collection of novellas "Code Villanelle" by Luke Jennings. The series stars Sandra Oh (Grey's Anatomy), Jodie Comer (The White Princess), Fiona Shaw (True Blood), and Kim Bodnia (The Letter). Premise: It centers around a desk bound British intelligence investigator, obsessed with female serial killers, … Continue reading TV Review: Killing Eve (S1) | Quirky but interesting
A quick review of David Yates' The Legend of Tarzan second trailer.
Five years ago, when the movie came out, I elected not to watch the film. Despite the buzz and the accolades the trailer seemed far too depressing for me at the time. It’s about a poor 17 years old girl named Ree who supports near-catatonic mother and two younger siblings in the Ozark Mountain. When … Continue reading Winter’s Bones – a gripping documentary-like movie