Film Review: Lawless

Nick Cave has done a superb job of bringing Matt Bondurant’s gritty novel about his dubious family history to the screen. Violent, gruesome, and ferocious, Lawless is a remarkable insight...

Kids and technology

It never fails to surprise me how technologically advanced our children are today. My daughter, Miss Z who turned 2 in July, can navigate her way around my iPad so...

Film Review: Frankenweenie

A revamped version of Tim Burton’s 1984 short film, Frankenweenie is a shockingly good creepy movie released just in time for Halloween. Probably a little too mature for little ghouls...

Film Review: Safety Not Guaranteed

Every now and again, a film comes along that surprises you with its unelaborate, quirky, and unruffled simplicity, and this year, Safety Not Guaranteed is that film. A little absurd,...

Film Review: Savages

Oliver Stone is known for producing cutting-edge film, but perhaps none more ferocious than Savages. A brutal saga of drugs, violence, corruption and deviance, Savages is a squeamishly rugged tale...

Film Review: Ruby Sparks

From the makers of Little Miss Sunshine comes the adorable Ruby Sparks, a delightful bittersweet comedy about the magic of finding the perfect partner and falling hopelessly in love. Calvin...