Author: Diandra Rodriguez
Vietnam’s intense action blockbuster focuses on a mother fighting to find her kidnapped daughter.
Over three years, director Alexandra Cuerdo focused her documentary Ulam (which translates to “main dish” in Tagalog) on several Filipino-American chefs and restaurant owners working to make Philippine cuisine better known and appreciated.
An isolated Arctic island town that boasts of “no crime” suddenly faces a series of disturbing murders.
Windhollow Faire, an acid-folk group recovering from the suicide of their lead singer, spends the summer of 1972 at an old English estate called Wylding Hall. Their stay will produce both a timeless album and an eerie, enduring mystery.
We meet new allies, enemies, and clones in the second season of the BBC America drama.
Nearly all of these promising ideas need better writers.
This high production take on procedural mystery is alright (alright, alright) if you don’t fall far down the spiral of hype.
Dhalgren is wandering and episodic, conveying the drifting atmosphere but unable to deter reader boredom or annoyance during stretches of tedium.
Season four of the HBO gangster drama brings more challenges and more death for its characters.
In time for the holiday season, here’s a novella about a man who doesn’t like Christmas, but must face childhood memories and child-raising realities over the holidays.