Gil Bellows talks Three Days in Havana

Three Days in Havana is a terrific crime thriller set in exotic Havana, where a Canadian businessman finds himself in life threatening danger. Gil Bellows (Parkland, Vegas, Ally McBeal, and The Shawshank Redemption) befriends a drugged out British expat (Greg Wise) who has a knack for drawing trouble. Together they attempt to navigate the dangerous


Recap: WEtv Marriage Boot Camp, Glass Houses Edition

Did I just watch the newest episode of “Marriage Boot Camp” on WEtv or was that a WWE Championship bout? Holy crap! I hope the production crew from Thinkfactory Media was getting combat pay. What was that? Jeez, Mark, you weren’t even drunk. That’s your sober anger management? But I’m not being fair, let’s back

The Wolf of Wall Street Blu-ray Review

With The Wolf of Wall Street, director Martin Scorsese has created a movie the audience either loves or completely hates. The film pushes the limits of just about everything you can and can’t do in a big-budget Hollywood film and seems to celebrate debauchery, or at least how it was defined by the 1980’s stock

Homefront Blu-ray Review

Although it sports a solid cast and features a screenplay by Sylvester Stallone, Homefront comes across as a generic action film with a plot so familiar it is impossible to care about the characters. Homefront has some decent action sequences, but it is nothing audiences haven’t seen from any other Jason Statham flick. Based on


Recap: Real Housewives of New York, The Diet Pills and Vodka Edition

Tonight’s “Real Housewives of New York” episode starts with the end of the big fight between Aviva and Carol that we saw start last week at Aviva’s housewarming party. Aviva is “deranged” and Carol is professionally offended. The phrase “character defamation” gets used tonight. Um hmm… that’s what I was thinking too. Reality check for


Recap: Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Liar And Hypocrite Edition

What the hell was tonight’s reunion all about? I agree with hundreds of Tweets suggesting this “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion should have been an hour and a half tops. I was bored before they got through the whole eat-healthy-and-exercise segment they opened with. And what was that anyway? Was it the only way


Recap: WEtv’s ‘Marriage Boot Camp,’ The Flat-Out Hater Edition

Sometimes I’m not sure exactly where to start my blogs about show likes WEtv’s “Marriage Boot Camp.” As both a happily married woman (almost 10 years now) and a reality television survivor (it’s not the first rodeo for any of these couples either, “Bridezillas” got them on here), I find myself both horrified and appalled

Divergent Review

Shailene Woodley is woman of the hour about now. She stars in Divergent one of the most anticipated youth market film franchises since The Hunger Games which is resembles and she’s in all three films of the trilogy. Woodley is the charismatic lead in this book based tween sci-fi extravaganza, so she’s sitting in cream.

The Muppets Most Wanted Review

The Muppets are irresistible, no matter if you’re a film snob, part of the young male demographic, a grandparent or a genre fan. The films are that good. The talented people behind the films, the guest stars and scripts and Muppet touches are magical, consistently and fulsomely. But there is another thing that keeps them