19 Dec 2018

Film Review: BLOOD, SWEAT AND TERRORS

The anthology: cinema’s answer to those of us with pitifully short attention spans. I love a good anthology, they are a great way to experience multiple directors visions in one feature. Unless they regularly attend film festivals, movie goers most likely miss out on short films, so anthologies are a

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02 Oct 2017

ART EXHIBITION: GUILLERMO DEL TORO – AT HOME WITH MONSTERS

I had the privilege of being invited to preview the traveling exhibition of art and memorabilia that usually reside in “The Bleak House“.  Owned by visionary director Guillermo del Toro, the house is legendary due to it being less of a house and more of a love letter to monsters,

Amy 0
08 Jun 2017

Our Lady Of The Inferno – Book review

OUR LADY OF THE INFERNO takes place in 1983 and zeroes in on the lives of two dissimilar women living in New York who differ in drive, goals, and experience. Despite their differences their lives will eventually collide, and they’ll face their own perceptions of true evil and be forced

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