Our Flag Means Death (2022)

If you’re a Taika Waititi fan, then you need to watch his new show on HBO Max, Our Flag Means Death. It has the same sarcasm, dry humor, and weird jokes that What We Do In the Shadows has, but this time instead of tackling vampires he goes with pirates. The show is about aContinue reading “Our Flag Means Death (2022)”

Selena: The Series (2020)

Selena Quintanilla was Mexico and Tejano music’s glorious, beautiful treasure. An icon who died in a situation filled with tragedy. In Netflix’s new show Selena: The Series, I was super excited to watch her story unfold. Instead, what I got was a very strange, cheesy rendition of Selena’s life. It was like watching someone withContinue reading “Selena: The Series (2020)”

Men in Kilts: A Road Trip with Sam and Graham (2021)

Being a huge fan of Outlander (yes, I love a good romantic AF period show) I knew I had to check out the road trip of my dreams, Men in Kilts: A Road Trip with Sam and Graham. Starz took their hit actors Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish, put them in a camper together, andContinue reading “Men in Kilts: A Road Trip with Sam and Graham (2021)”

Behind Her Eyes (2021)

I feel a little duped on this one. Netflix’s Behind Her Eyes follows Louise, a secretary who works at a psychiatric office and forms a relationship with her sexy, Scottish boss. So far so good. Louise then goes on to form a relationship with his wife Adele, and the two take on a strange bond.Continue reading “Behind Her Eyes (2021)”

I Care A Lot (2020)

Netflix’s I Care a Lot is a nightmare come to life. Imagine all of your life’s savings being dwindled and scammed away in your retirement years by a complete stranger! Rosamund Pike plays Marla Grayson, a woman who serves as a legal guardian for wards of the state who are deemed to be no longerContinue reading “I Care A Lot (2020)”

Industry (2020)

In HBO’s Industry, sex, drugs, and banking (yes, finance) take on a whole new landscape. A group of recent grads are accepted into a leading bank firm in London, where only the strong will survive. At the end only a handful are selected to remain full time. Each new grad is sent to a differentContinue reading “Industry (2020)”

Serena Kerrigan’s Lets Fcking Date Instagram Live Show (2020)

I know everyone’s into The Bachelor, but I just can’t do it, it’s way too fake, and Netflix’s Love is Blind and Too Hot to Handle we’re just too ridiculously dumb for me. The “finding love” reality show genre is played out and filled with people looking to become insta-famous. All hope is not lostContinue reading “Serena Kerrigan’s Lets Fcking Date Instagram Live Show (2020)”

Best Documentaries to Stream Right Now

Is it just me or has there been a lot of great documentaries popping up all over television as of late? I have been glued to my TV watching all the thrills, chills, aha moments, and scares, that some of these documentaries bring to the table. Here’s a handy guide to help you figure outContinue reading “Best Documentaries to Stream Right Now”

Beguiled (2017)

Director Sofia Coppola is known for her distinct viewpoint and stylistic mise-en-scène or better said the visual way she puts together a scene, rich with details, color, and most of all feeling. The main feature of all her films is the female mind; how women take in and feel about their sexuality, whether coming ofContinue reading “Beguiled (2017)”

Frontera Filmmaker Shorts

The San Diego Latino Film Festival does many short films showcases featuring a variety that follow a theme. Every year I make sure to check out one of their showcases, this year I attended the Frontera Filmmakers showcase, featuring movies made by directors near our border town of San Diego and Tijuana. Which has seenContinue reading “Frontera Filmmaker Shorts”