Marie Gilbert looks at the new film Hero Dog: The Journey Home and talks to director Richard Boddington and star Zackary Arthur.
In Anthony Scott Burns’ Come True, we are pulled into Sarah’s dreams, and it is a frightening journey.
How does a poor boy from Laxmangarh hope to escape the caste system that is intent on keeping him a prisoner?
Sometimes, you look forward to feasting on a five-course dinner, but there are times when you’re just as happy with a bowl of cereal. That is how I sum up … Continue reading Gilbert Speaks On A Simple Favor
Necropath is a Grindhouse-inspired zombie flick about a family on the run from the undead and criminals alike.
Shot on location in Calgary, Didsbury, and Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada, Robin Wright’s Land is beautifully done.
With Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo have offered us a Valentine treat to be savored.
We all talk about an afterlife, but is there really a better place that awaits us? That’s the question the film The Discovery explores.
What happens when a champion director offers up a series about androids, human embryos, and religious crusades
Marie Gilbert talks to Tim Marczenko, author of Disembodied Voices, a collection of true accounts of hidden beings gathered from around the world of similar encounters.
Marie Gilbert shares her thoughts on The Midnight Sky, starring, produced, and directed by George Clooney.
There are those films that mesmerize us as we watch them, then attach themselves to our hearts for eternity. Bagdad Café is one of them.