Kristy Strouse is from a small town in Maine, but frequents the world (and beyond) in her daily exploration through her love of film.
In this guide, we introduce you to the world of Marvel across four distinctive yet interconnected TV series on Netflix. It's a journey worth
The Year of Spectacular Men might spin its wheels and veer off course, but there’s still some fun to be had by these spectacular
In Orange is the New Black season 6, the inmates of Litchfield Penitentiary have to deal with new rivals and have their friendships tested.
With a clever use of eerie scenery and camera shots, The Endless is a vortex that goes full on wacky, without diluting its purpose,
The trailer for the newest Gillian Flynn adaptation, Sharp Objects, is here and it’s dark, disturbing and mysterious; everything you’d expect from the best-selling
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Kristy Strouse shares her interview with director Debra Granik, discussing survivalist training, PTSD and her new film Leave No Trace.
Rooted by clever dialogue and personable actresses, Dick Sisters is an endearingly quirky short film.
Doubtful proves to be an intelligent, intimate, and potent first feature for Israelian director Eliran Elya.
2007's The Lookout boasts a talented cast, and manages to be fun while maintaining suspense - it's a hidden gem that's worth discovering.