Streaming Selects for September 2020 PART 1: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

Stallone! For this entry of my Streaming Selects ongoing series, I picked 3 films starring the Italian Stallion himself, none of which have the name “Rocky” or “Rambo” in the title – which means you’re probably not as familiar with them. There are few actors that can gracefully deliver a tongue-in-cheek but not overly comedic take on the action genre, and Stallone is definitely one … Continue reading Streaming Selects for September 2020 PART 1: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

Streaming Selects for July 2020 PART 2: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

Sci-fi! For this entry, I’ll be talking about some films from one of my favorite genres. They all have very different premises, but they share a definite charm all to themselves. I really do believe that these are films that you will enjoy you’ll be left wondering about them long after watching, which is more than what I can say about most of the films … Continue reading Streaming Selects for July 2020 PART 2: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

Streaming Selects for July 2020: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

We’re already in the first week of July in the longest year in recent memory, and things are not getting better yet. The coronavirus pandemic is far from over, and I’ve mostly been avoiding the news in a self-defense, fighting to not feel sad and overwhelmed. A good form of escapism for me has been to watch three films that I love, two of which … Continue reading Streaming Selects for July 2020: 3 Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

Little Fires Everywhere Review

Little Fires Everywhere is a Hulu Original series, that is adapted from Celeste Ng’s novel. The series explores the residence living in Shaker Heights, specifically the picture-perfect Richardson family but when a mother and daughter, move into their rental home nearby, things take a dramatic turn. It has a very strong narrative structure, it is well written and shows the complexities of each character extremely well. … Continue reading Little Fires Everywhere Review