10 TV Shows You Should be Watching

Remember when there were so many good shows on TV? Critically praised hits The Sopranos and The Wire, ABC’s addictive LOST, outstanding cable dramas like Mad Men and Breaking Bad, smart comedies like Parks & Recreation and 30 Rock? It seems like television has taken a dive in the last few years, but there are… Continue reading 10 TV Shows You Should be Watching

Top 25 Movies of 2013: 10 – 1

10. The Way Way Back (Faxon, Rash) Synopsis: Shy 14-year-old Duncan goes on summer vacation with his mother, her overbearing boyfriend, and her boyfriend’s daughter. Having a rough time fitting in, Duncan finds an unexpected friend in Owen, manager of the Water Wizz water park. Partially written and directed by Oscar winner Jim Rash (Dean Pelton… Continue reading Top 25 Movies of 2013: 10 – 1

Top 25 Movies of 2013: 25 – 11

25. The Silence (Odar) Synopsis: 13-year-old Sinikka vanishes on a hot summer night. Her bicycle is found in the exact place where a girl was killed 23 years ago. The dramatic present forces those involved in the original case to face their past. I’m not a sicko or anything, but I admit that I have a weird… Continue reading Top 25 Movies of 2013: 25 – 11

Top 25 Movies of 2013: the precursor

Those of you who consider yourselves film buffs like myself know that at the end of each year you will be forced to rank all the movies you saw released during said year. No one is literally forcing you, and if you’re honest with yourself, no one would even notice if you skipped, but your… Continue reading Top 25 Movies of 2013: the precursor

Facebook Friday (Week 17)

…brought to you this week on a Saturday. If you thought Gravity Couldn’t Get Any Better, It Just Did Fans and critics alike fawned over Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, but now screenwriter Jonás Cuarón is making a good thing even better with a 7-minute short titled Aningaaq. It tells the story of the Inuit fisherman who receives Ryan Stone’s distress call… Continue reading Facebook Friday (Week 17)