Spenser Confidential Trailer Brings the Famous PI to Netflix

It’s time to break out the Scotch as one of the greatest PIs of all time is about to return to the screen courtesy of Netflix in Spenser Confidential. The film, directed by Peter Berg, is based on author Ace Atkins’ novel Wonderland, which continues the adventures of Robert B. Parker’s long-running detective Spenser. Featuring …

REVIEW: Witcher – Season 1

The Sean Daniel Company has been known to take on several book-to-screen adaptations, most notably being one of the original production companies behind The Expanse. This was a big concern with me when it came to The Witcher, as, while I love the Expanse books, I eventually turned off the show, the adaptation falling short …

The Tragedy of Marriage Story

Like many people, I was instantly excited by the announcement of Marriage Story, Noah Baumbach’s latest Netflix release. I’ve really enjoyed some of his other films, like While We’re Young and, especially, The Meyerowitz Stories. Marriage Story features another amazing ensemble cast, including Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver (who I quite like based on his non-Star …

REVIEW: 6 Underground (2019)

Netflix has become a fantastic platform for a myriad of creators. Artists such as Ryan Murphy, Shonda Rhimes, and more recently, Game of Thrones showrunners DB Weiss and David Benioff, have all made deals that set the industry abuzz. However, there was one area that they still wanted to break into: blockbusters. Netflix began taking …

Dracula Trailer Emerges From Its Coffin

A Halloween holdover rises from the grave this Christmas Season, as a trailer for the upcoming BBC series Dracula has been released online. From Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, the creators of Sherlock, Dracula will be the latest in a long line of retellings of Bram Stoker’s legendary horror novel, with Danish actor Claes Bang …

REVIEW: The Irishman (2019)

Since the 1930s, the gangster has permeated cinema and given birth to some of the defining characters of the medium over the years, inspiring debate from fans and critics alike (including this reviewer’s thesis). From Edward G. Robinson’s Caesar Enrico Bandello in 1931’s Little Caesar to Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro’s Don Vito Corleone …