Hush : A Review of Mike Flanagan’s Return to Low Budget Film

  After 2013’s “Oculus”, Mike Flanagan returns to direct low budget film “Hush”, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and was released on Netflix in April. “Hush” was co-written with the movie’s lead actress, Kate Siegel, and unlike some of Mike Flanagan’s previous films, namely “Absentia”, the premise of “Hush” is simple: a secluded… Read More Hush : A Review of Mike Flanagan’s Return to Low Budget Film

At The Movies: A Star Trek Fan Says Yay and Not Nay

  I cannot necessarily say that I’m a Trekkie. If you’re unsure what that word means, there’s a 1997 documentary called Trekkies that will update you on the obsessive die hard qualities of a Star Trek “groupie”. Perhaps because of that documentary I have a perceived notion of a Trekkie as an obsessive fan with a large… Read More At The Movies: A Star Trek Fan Says Yay and Not Nay

Stranger Things Is The Hot Series of the Summer Meant to Keep You Unnerved

                Hawkins, Indiana, 1980. A group of boys go home after a 10 hour Dungeons and Dragons campaign. It’s nighttime, the woods loom, but the boys see no danger and neither do their parents. They hop on their bikes and pedal-small town kids with no worries, except maybe the loss of a prized comic book after… Read More Stranger Things Is The Hot Series of the Summer Meant to Keep You Unnerved