REview: Nightmare Alley (2021) | Super Dark Times

I didn’t see Guillermo Del Toro’s Nightmare Alley in theaters – something I share in common with more than a few people, apparently. It’s currently on Hulu in the United States, where I hope it reaches a larger audience because it deserves it. That being said, I think that I understand why it underperformed in […]

REView: Things Heard & Seen (2021) | A Beautiful Mess

No one can every accuse Netflix of not investing money in their movies and series because Things Heard & Seen is gorgeous and gorgeously shot (by Director of Photography Larry Smith). It’s also particularly well-acted (Amanda Seyfried and James Norton bring more gravitas to the material than it deserves) though because we can’t have nice […]