I recently watched the 1986 crime thriller “Manhunter.” Based on Thomas Harris’ novel, “Red Dragon,” the story takes place before the events of “The Silence of the Lambs.”
Will... Read More →
Alfred Hitchcock once said, “There’s nothing more frightening than an unopened door.” That statement is best demonstrated in the PC game “Gone Home.”
The story opens on a stormy... Read More →
While writing “Miller’s Crossing,” Joel and Ethan Coen experienced what some may call writer’s block.
How did the Coen Brothers overcome this ordeal? They wrote “Barton Fink” — a... Read More →
Twenty-something-year-olds struggling with income and aspiring to become professional artists will appreciate the comedy “Frances Ha” — unless they’re not into black-and-white movies.
Frances Halladay (Greta Gerwig) is... Read More →
While human trafficking has been active throughout time, in the past decade it has gained proportionate attention. A modern-day slavery, human trafficking is defined as the illegal movement... Read More →
After “Magnolia,” Director Paul Thomas Anderson decided to create a film barren of grief and overflowing with prismatic ecstasy. He went on to make “Punch-Drunk Love” — the 2002... Read More →
In the upbeat surveillance thriller “Sneakers,” (1992) a group of security specialists are asked by the National Security Agency (NSA) to steal a code-breaking machine capable of hacking the... Read More →
After receiving notice earlier in May that the Pathways Middle College High School on campus would permanently close at the end of this academic year, students, parents and faculty... Read More →
After receiving notice about three weeks ago that the Pathways Middle College High School on campus would permanently close at the end of this academic year, students, parents and... Read More →
In the year 2030, Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) decides to tell his son and daughter the story of how he met their mother.
Set in Manhattan from 2005 to... Read More →