TV Review: Only Murders in the Building

Hulu’s newest drama series, the mystery whodunnit Only Murders in the Building, has A-list talent, but commits the biggest genre cardinal sin: the central mystery is simply not that exciting. It brings together three crime podcast obsessed tenants who all live in the same apartment building—Oliver (Martin Short), content to direct as his day job, … Continue reading TV Review: Only Murders in the Building

Film Review: Echoes of Violence

★★★ Echoes of Violence, evoking slow-burn crime thrillers of yesteryear from writer/director Nicholas Woods, clumsily handles big topics like immigration and sex trafficking. However, its devotion to unfolding the story in an almost Tarantino style makes this a must-see. It spends a significant amount of time intimately acquainting us with its unique set of characters, … Continue reading Film Review: Echoes of Violence

Film Review: Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman

★★ Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman exists nowhere on the same level as previous film iterations we have been gifted, including Zac Efron and Luke Kirby as the lead character. This time around, Chad Michael Murray plays the serial killer as a hunky misunderstood creep that is more D-list horror movie than true crime thriller. Director … Continue reading Film Review: Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman

Film Review: Naked Singularity

★★★★ Directed by 2017’s It screenwriter Chase Palmer (and despite taking a whopping 8 years to come to the screen), Naked Singularity serves as hybrid black comedy/light drama/dangerous crime/light sci-fi movie with a lot on its mind. The film takes an impressive slate of acting talent, slotting them into characters based on the book A … Continue reading Film Review: Naked Singularity