…let it sink in

I’m going to say upfront that I’m not generally a huge fan of the horror genre. It’s not the terror, it’s the frequent lack of payoff or what I would consider a reasonable explanation. Scaring the audience for the sake of scaring the audience doesn’t sit well with me and “because there was a killer clown,”…

…Press On

There’s a saying that history is written by the victors. Of course, that doesn’t mean that those who write it are always remembered. In Steven Spielberg’s “The Post,” we meet one of these less remembered figures. The publishing of the Pentagon Papers by the New York Times and Washington Post was a defining moment in…

…see what lies in store

Like many children of this modern era, my first introduction to Mary Poppins and Number Seventeen Cherry-Tree Lane came courtesy of the Walt Disney Company and the wonderful Ms. Julie Andrews. It wasn’t until several years later when I was introduced to the book, wonderfully penned by Mrs. P. L. Travers, that I realized it…