‘The Other Side’ of an unfinished story

“The Other Side of the Wind” has been a long time coming, released over 30 years after director Orson Welles’ death in 1985. Therefore, it is only appropriate that this review should come several months after the film’s 2018 release. Regardless of the time that has passed since the release, Welles is an ever-relevant, tragic titan of cinema.

James Blake purists, rejoice!

James Blake has clearly taken a liking to the “surprise drop” approach to LPs. Although speculation about new tracks had been circulating for some time prior to any announcement, the two weeks’ notice that came with Blake’s official album tease still took many by delighted surprise.

Mary Poppins and a practically perfect sequel

What do you think of when you hear the words, “Mary Poppins?” If you’re like most people, you most likely think of magic, childhood or a supercalifragilistic nanny. When some people learned that Disney was releasing a sequel to the original “Mary Poppins,” they were unsure what to think.

Crime in entertainment makes a killing

In recent years, our society’s deep obsession with crime and horror, shown through the cases of murderers and serial killers, has made its way into the mainstream media. Although programs such as “20/20” and “60 Minutes” have existed for quite some time, the lives of infamous criminals are now being reimagined to show the sides of the stories that the cameras never caught.