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Kristy Strouse is from a small town in Maine, but frequents the world (and beyond) in her daily exploration through her love of film.

BIRTHMARKED: A Misfire In The Name Of Science

Birthmarked is a comedy struggling with an identity crisis. Maybe that's the point, or was more nurturing required?


Based on a real-life and serious disease, Midnight Sun, though with initial potential, is ultimately too heavy-handed and clichéd to be an effective romantic

BEYOND SKYLINE: When A Guilty Pleasure Isn’t That Fun

While better than its predecessor, Beyond Skyline is still a sequel to a thinly conceived film, and even the freshest coat doesn’t work to

THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT: Knocks A Bit Louder The Second Time Around

With sophisticated cinematography and aesthetics, The Strangers: Prey at Night and its moody semblance of survival preserves dread just enough to deserve its place

WILD WILD COUNTRY: A True Story That Seems Stranger Than Fiction

Wild Wild Country is highly intriguing, captivating its audience from the very beginning, provoking sincere emotion and proving itself to be wild indeed.

Interview with Chapman and Maclain Way, Directors of WILD WILD COUNTRY

Chapman and Maclain Way's six part documentary series Wild Wild Country is an ambitious six part documentary series that needs to be seen to

WILD WILD COUNTRY Interview: Mark Duplass, Executive Producer

We were able to talk with Mark Duplass, executive producer of the six-part Netflix documentary series Wild Wild Country, about what it was like

ALLURE: A Disturbing Story But An Impressive Debut

Lead by a powerhouse cast and brilliant directorial debut, Allure challenges and leaves a significant trail of destruction in its wake.

DARK CRIMES: This Murder Mystery Falls Flat

Despite a hopeful change of pace for Jim Carrey, Dark Crimes doesn't deliver, suffering from choppy editing, a lack of dynamic characters, and a

EVERY DAY: A YA Tale That Gets Lost In Its Own Ambition

You can't fault EVERY DAY for a lack of ambition - however, the film feels watered down by a breezy running time that doesn't