Month: December 2020

Staff Inquiry: The 20 Best TV Shows of 2020

Let’s face it, the pandemic has changed everything, including the way we live and the way we consume entertainment. With most cinemas still shutting down, leaving us stuck at home with nothing much to do,

Director Ansel Faraj On Making LOON LAKE, Blaspheming And Burning Down The Church In The Rain

Independent filmmaker Ansel Faraj started young, and he still is young. The writer/director just turned 29, but you wouldn’t know that looking at his resumé, which already is into double digits on directorial credits. His

Meet the World’s Least-Charismatic Orchid

The year 2020 hasn’t been gentle on anyone, and that includes Gastrodia agnicellus. For years, the orchid was simply minding its business, living and dying in the shade of Madagascar’s evergreens, with bamboo and ficus

Dawson City Museum in Dawson City, Yukon

Nestled along the banks of the Yukon River Dawson City stands as if frozen in time, preserving for the world the colorful legacy of the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 19th-century. This history is chronicled

Looking Back: Ali Benzekri’s ‘Greeting to 2020’s Cinema’ Video Recap

“Who cares about what they think? This is about me. This is about my life. This is me.” As 2020 comes to an end, looking back at this year there’s been so much hardship, so

BEASTS CLAWING AT STRAWS: Ashes, Blood, And An Emotionless Void

Korean Cinema is having its moment. The industry has been pumping out fantastic movies for more than 20 years now, but since Parasite won Best Picture at the Oscars, the American film community has finally

Mount Strachan Crash Site and Memorial in West Vancouver, British Columbia

It’s truly remarkable that for over half a century, the remains of a tragic military jet crash still resides at this location despite the many visitors. Out of respect for the pilots that perished, the

Why Haven’t They Fixed The Cameras Yet? short film review

★★★★ Directed by: Travis White Written by: Travis White Starring: Lee Eddy, Lukas King Film Review by: Jason Knight A woman finds herself alone in a car park, with limited lighting and the security camera

Why Are Reporters Covering for Hilaria Baldwin’s Epic Con?

The Identity Politics mob will come after you for any number of offenses. Starting a restaurant serving food from a culture that isn’t technically yours Using the wrong pronoun on purpose or accidentally Saying an

Cornelius Low House in Piscataway, New Jersey

Cornelius Low was a wealthy local merchant of Dutch descent. Around 1730, Low settled in the burgeoning port community of Raritan Landing, made up of roughly 100 residents and located across the Raritan River from