‘The Gentlemen’ Review- A Slick Gangster Comedy

Guy Ritchie produces, writes, and directs ‘The Gentlemen,’ a British action-comedy that premiered at the Curzon Mayfair Cinema and was one of the few films to make it to theaters in 2020. It was made by Miramax and released in the United States through STXfilms. American gangster Michael ‘Mickey’ Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) angers British tabloid…

‘The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez’ Review

‘The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez‘ is a harrowing and troubling six-part documentary of abuse, violence, and neglect in the case of an eight-year-old living in Palmdale, California. It is directed by Brian Knappenberger and made available through Netflix. Gabriel Fernandez was routinely beaten, starved, and locked in a cabinet by his mother and step-father. The…

‘Unabomber: In His Own Words’ Review

Reelz and Netflix partner together for Unabomber: In His Own Words, a documentary series of serial killer Theodore Kaczynski, who terrorized the United States between 1969 to 1995. The television show is written and directed by Mick Grogan. Kaczynski was a brutal murderer who was highly intelligent and even briefly worked as a college professor…

‘Lost Girls’ Review- Ripples Of A Crime Unsolved

Based on the book of the same name, ‘Lost Girls‘ dramatizes the story of Mari Gilbert and the questions surrounding her daughter’s disappearance and murder at the hand of the Long Island Serial Killer (LISK). The movie is directed by Liz Garbus and made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and widely released…

Movie Review- If You’re Gone

Written and directed by Brittany Goodwin, If You’re Gone is based on the book of the same name also by Goodwin. It is a faith-based story about a young man who goes missing and the fallout from his disappearance. Lillian White (Masey McLain) is preparing going to her senior year in high school as her…

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A Brief History: The Dark Side Of Earth Day

April 22nd is the date for the international holiday known as Earth Day. Its proponents say it reminds us to pay homage to the planet we all share and to raise awareness for the environment. Little do they know that one of the first proponents of the holiday was involved in a brutal murder and an international…

Movie Review- Baby Driver

I finally got around to watching Baby Driver, an action crime thriller written and directed by Edgar Wright (Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World). It takes the heist film genre to a whole new level that is both entertaining and mind blowing. Baby (Ansel Elgort) is a getaway driver working for career criminal Doc (Kevin Spacey)…

Documentary Review- Who Took Johnny?

Who Took Johnny was produced and directed by Michael Galinsky, Suki Hawley, and David Beilinson. It tells the story of Johnny Gosch, a 12 year old boy who disappeared on his paper route in September 1982. It tells the story through the eyes of Noreen Gosch, the boy’s mother. The film also interviews Paul Bonacci, the man…