Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Little Hollywood by Jinnwoo. (11:11 Press)
With America on the cusp of another lockdown, reading will become the primary occupation for many. But what author suits the time we’re living in?
James Jay Edwards reviews Make Up, a drama thriller by writer/director Claire Oakley, and starring Molly Windsor, Joseph Quinn, and Stefanie Martini. (Mutiny Pictures)
James Jay Edwards reviews The Dark and the Wicked, a horror film by director Bryan Bertino, starring Marin Ireland, Michael Abbott Jr., and Xander Berkeley. (Shudder)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Elvis Machine by Kim Vodicka. (CLASH Books)
James Jay Edwards reviews Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the latest movie by Sacha Baron Cohen, now streaming on Amazon Prime.
James Jay Edwards reviews Nocturne and Evil Eye, Blumhouse’s next two entries in the Welcome to The Blumhouse series on Amazon Prime. (Amazon Prime)
James Jay Edwards reviews 2 Hearts, a romantic drama film directed by Lance Hool and starring Jacob Elordi, based on true events. (Silver Lion Films)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Vine That Ate the Starlet by Madeleine Swann. (Filthy Loot)