After taking off a few weeks, it’s great to be back writing again. Now normally I make a point to have my Top 10 Films of The Year ready (at the latest by December 31st), but recognizing what a bizarre year 2020 has been, it seemed suitable
Adèle Exarchopoulos is simply breathtaking and continues her impressive resume with another amazing role. However, Virginie Efria’s stellar starring role as the titular “Sibyl” showcases a new emerging talent in world cinema. Despite everyone’s advice, Sibyl (Virginie Efira) wants to give up her promising psychiatric practice in
Imagine befriending the person who turned your life upside down. Such is the stranger than fiction story of “The Painter and the Thief.” Czech artist Barbora Kysilkova recently moved to Norway and while conducting an exhibit at Galleri Nobel, two of her most prized paintings, “Chloe &
Rutger Hauer haunting from beyond the grave sounds stunning. However, remember pressure points can create a beautiful tone when properly controlling an instrument, but without the proper technique the music will be inconsistent. Sadly, such is the case with the stylized horror thriller “The Sonata.” Upon killing
Looking for a series where you completely escape this world? Lisa Maxwell’s The Last Magician series is a historical fantasy set in turn-of-the-century America where magic still exists. The second book, The Devil’s Thief, gets super ambitious and journeys to the World’s Fair in St. Louis 1904. Share on
The Novel Strumpet is back! After taking a rest from the Los Angeles Festival of Books 2012, The Strumpt is cracking open the pages of another sure to be classic! What is it this time you may ask, well none other than Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers!
Ohhh The Novel Strumpet has graced us with a new book review kids! This one is called The Rook by Daniel O’Malley! It’s a supernatural suspense novel that opens with a young girl waking up in a park surrounded by all these men with latex gloves and