Tag: Mystery

I Am The Night

‘I Am The Night’ Interview: Jefferson Mays Dishes On George Hodel

It is difficult to discuss TNT’s latest mystery mini-series I Am The Night without referencing back to what might be Hollywood’s most famous and infamous murder cases. Although the crime itself lingers in the background of the series, it’s one of the suspects in that crime who plays an integral role […]

Ben Is Back

‘Ben Is Back’ Review

In his surprisingly funny and heartbreakingly honest film, we witness a crucial 24-hour period in Ben’s (Lucas Hedges) life. He is a recovering addict who desperately struggles to make amends, painfully grapples with sobriety, and remorsefully faces the consequences of his tumultuous past. Through all of these challenges, his loving mother, Holly (Julia Roberts), steadfastly remains by his side.

Homecoming

‘Homecoming’ Season 1 Review

‘Homecoming’ is a slow-burning suspenseful conspiracy thriller. Unlike most dramas, each episode is only 30 minutes long and leaves you abruptly hanging in the midst of a beguiling moment. The moment you expect a breakthrough, the narrative oddly stops, and a new episode begins, presenting the next set of suspicious problems. If you hang in there for the first few foundational episodes, you will be rewarded with more interesting circumstances and mysteries through the rest of the season.

Advance Review: ABC’s ‘A Million Little Things’

ABC’s new ensemble drama, ‘A Million Little Things,’ is a powerful series that earns your investment from the very beginning.  The show deals with some very heavy and topical subject matters (suicide, cancer, addiction, adultery), while delicately delivering feel-good laughs. The intensely gripping pilot takes you on an […]

‘Beast’ Review: A Chilling Tale of Love and Suspicion

Michael Pearce’s spellbinding debut feature, Beast, captures the audience’s attention from beginning to end. This riveting, intense, unsettling and surprisingly funny film consistently challenges the viewer’s perception of the charismatic and suspicious protagonists, Moll (Jessie Buckley) and Pascal (Johnny Flynn). These kooky kindred spirits are drawn together by an […]

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