‘Rebecca’ Review- Headed To Manderley

Ben Wheatley takes the director’s chair for ‘Rebecca‘ an adaption of the romantic thriller novel of the same name by Daphne du Maurier. It was released in 2020 on Netflix. A young woman (Lily James) meets the wealthy widower Maxim de Winter (Armie Hammer), whose wife Rebecca died a year prior. After a whirlwind romance…

Retro Film Review- Asylum (1972)

Released by Amicus Productions, “Asylum” also known as “House of Crazies,” is a horror anthology film directed by Roy Ward Baker and released in 1972. It was produced by Milton Subotsky and written by Robert Bloch, a popular horror writer at the time. Dr. Martin (Robert Powell) arrives as an asylum for the “incurably insane.”…

‘The Death Of Stalin’ Review- A Satire Of Tyranny

Directed by Armando Iannucci, ‘The Death Of Stalin’ is a British dark comedy that satirizes the chaos that ensued following the death of Soviet Union despot Joseph Stalin. After receiving a harsh note from pianist Maria Yudina (Olga Kurylenko), Soviet Union Premier Joseph Stalin (Adrian McLoughlin) reads it and has a cerebral hemorrhage and dies.…

‘Fighting With My Family’ Review- Family, Fun, And Fights

Stephen Merchant directs Fighting With My Family, a biopic telling the story WWE Smackdown Diva Champion Saraya-Jade Bevis, better known by her ring name Paige, originally known as Britani Knight in the World Association of Wrestling. Saraya-Jade Bevis (Florence Pugh) is growing up in England with her wrestling parents, father Patrick “Rowdy Ricky” Knight (Nick…

Movie Review- Dunkirk

Dunkirk is the latest masterpiece by my favorite director Christopher Nolan. I’m so excited to finally write a review about it. It tells the story of the fallout from the disastrous 1940 battle of Dunkirk during World War 2 as the Nazis took control of France.  It features an ensemble cast including Tom Hardy, Fionn Whitehead,…

My Favorite World War 2 Movies Volume 1

The Second World War was one of the most tumultuous times of the West. It saw the Allied Forces take on Nazism, fascism, and socialism in a brutal war that spanned four continents. Though no film can truly capture the events, many filmmakers have tried to put forth a decent attempt. Here is volume 1…

What’s In A Style?

When publishing a magazine or periodical, it seems that there are so many things to consider. There is subject, peer review type, audience, staffing, online or not, and so much more, but not in the least is the type of style guide you will use. The choice of style appears to be a minute detail…

Margaret Thatcher, the Iron Lady, Has Passed Away

FoxNews reported today that former British Prime Minister passed away peacefully in her sleep. She was a great leader and a true Conservative leader, who helped our beloved President Ronald Reagan during the Cold War. I’m sad to see her go and may she rest in peace with our Father above. FoxNews has posted an…