Film · Reviews

Proxima | Movie Review

Alice Winocour’s Proxima is a stunning, breathtaking film. Eva Green is superb as Sarah, a female astronaut selected to spend a year on the International Space Station (ISS). She’s also a mother, though, and her dedication to her daughter Stella (Zélie Boulant) causes her to question whether she should make the journey. The film also… Continue reading Proxima | Movie Review

Books · Reviews

A Night in Halloween House by Elyse Willems | Book Review

I absolutely adore Elyse Willems (she has no idea who I am, so this review isn't biased) and when I discovered that she wrote a children's Halloween book, I had to check it out. I was a scaredy-cat as a kid, so I was hoping that this novel would thrust me into the shoes of… Continue reading A Night in Halloween House by Elyse Willems | Book Review

Reviews · TV

The Queen’s Gambit | TV Review

WOW. I knew the general premise of The Queen’s Gambit before diving in, but I was completely blown away by how amazing every little aspect was. The story follows a woman named Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) who quickly becomes one of the best chess players in the world. The kicker is, at the tender age… Continue reading The Queen’s Gambit | TV Review

Film · Reviews

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm | Movie Review

After watching the original film earlier today, I felt compelled to watch Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. This sequel is still hilarious, but adds a political edge and social commentary about the current events happening as we speak. I appreciated that the story incorporated some heart this time around, courtesy of Borat’s relationship with his daughter (Maria… Continue reading Borat Subsequent Moviefilm | Movie Review