Monday, February 13, 2023


Once again extended, by popular demand, Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical will now run through April 30 at Playhouse 46 at St. Luke's (308 W. 46th Street). To purchase tickets or for further information, visit

Tuesday, January 3, 2023

10 Upcoming Horror Movies That Will Make For A Scary 2023

With the year coming to a close, it's natural to look to the future to see what is yet to come. Within the world of film, there is always so much to look forward to, in all genres, and horror is one of the best and most unique out there.

Whether it's a brand-new film coming out of the mind of a horror genius, a terrifying re-imagining of a childhood classic, or the next installment in your favorite horror franchise, there are so many incredible choices to get you in the spooky mood, all year round. Here is a great selection of horror films coming out next year that will surely make 2023 a scary one.

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Sundance 2021 Review: JOHN AND THE HOLE (2021)

Throughout the Sundance Film Festival, I have seen some wonderfully beautiful films, some terrible films, some that make you ponder the universe, and some that make you ponder yourself. I’ve laughed, I’ve cried, I’ve been terrified, and even confused. John and the Hole is one of those films that confused me at first, but then made me think about the world and the people in it. How you just never really know what a person or persons may be dealing with in their own lives, and how the world is full of terrible things, and yet it just keeps on spinning. I’m not sure if the filmmakers meant for these kinds of thoughts to spring up in their audience’s minds, but they did for me.

Saturday, January 30, 2021

Sundance 2021 Review: CRYPTOZOO (2021)

The world of animation is typically thought of as a medium for children, yet there are some fantastic adult-oriented films out there, such as Isle of Dogs, Anomalisa, and I Lost My Body. Cryptozoo is a weird, trippy film that truly highlights some of the biggest flaws of the human race, being our greed and fear of the unknown, while also showing that some are just searching for the truth.

Friday, January 29, 2021

Sundance 2021 Review: CENSOR (2021)

When I think of gore in horror, I think of some of the great films from the 70’s and 80’s, like The Evil Dead and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, as well as lesser known ones like The Prowler and Nightmares in a Damaged Brain. So when I read the synopsis for this film, I instantly starting thinking about how films like those may have an influence on this, and it’s definitely apparent that they were, right from the beginning.

Thursday, January 28, 2021

Sundance 2021 Review: CODA (2021)

When I was in college, we were required to take a language credit as one of our core classes. I had taken German in high school, but didn’t really want to take it again. My girlfriend at the time told me she was going to take ASL and suggested I do the same. So I did. And I loved it. It’s a beautiful language and taking those classes provided me with an experience I will never forget, one that opened my eyes to a whole community of amazing, talented people. It’s something that everyone should learn at some point in their life. So when I heard about CODA, I was instantly drawn to it.