Marie Gilbert looks at two Australian comedies on Netflix, ‘Fisk’ and ‘Wellmania.’
Carolyn Taylor talks about the glory of Whitney Houston, ice skating, and her new series, ‘I Have Nothing,’ in this interview with Jeromme Graham!
In a world of films more focused on fights and phases, Beau Is Afraid is an unconventional movie worth experiencing on the big screen.
Japanese legends, samurai and satire all converge into an engrossing and hilarious tale about twisting fate!
If you’re looking to watch a fun-filled Christmas musical, let Marie Gilbert tell you why you should put Spirited on your watch list.
What happens when a bank robber outsmarts a father and son police team? You get a mystery within a mystery.
Fast food nation has something new on the menu: alongside burger and fries, how about some satanic cult to wash your thirst for action, intrigue and horror?
As cannabis culture is celebrated around the world today, the comic book medium looks to get in on the high with a satirical look at America’s historical war on drugs.
Bite Me is a very funny love story about people on the edge of society trying to fit in and find true love.
Marie Gilbert watches Good On Paper to discover if its concept works on film, or was just…good on paper.
When Netflix offers a superhero film with three of their favorite actors, Marie Gilbert is joyfully obligated to watch said film…but did Thunder Force satisfy her expectations?
Hunt for the Wilderpeople could have been one of those boring adventure films where the child outsmarts and embarrasses the adults. It’s not.