Marie Gilbert goes deep into The Dig, a true story about one of the most important archaeological discoveries of its time.
The Clovehitch Killer asks the question, what would you do if you suspected a family member of being a serial killer?
Eric Bana brings substance to The Dry, a film that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
UNDERGODS is not for everyone, but if you are into dark, dystopian, future worlds, you’ll definitely enjoy the film.
Our Streampunk Granny Marie Gilbert is at the age now when she’s seen it all, but she decided to take the plunge and watch Initiation. She’s happy she did.
Marie Gilbert looks at Synchronic and its depiction of relationships between partners working to save people’s lives.
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.
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?
“Lucky” is a cleverly executed treatise on gendered violence