Documentary Review- Hulu’s Fyre Fraud

Directed by Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason, Fyre Fraud is a Hulu original documentary that tells the story of the Fyre Festival. The film is described as a, “true-crime comedy bolstered by a cast of whistleblowers, victims, and insiders going beyond the spectacle to uncover the power of FOMO and an ecosystem of enablers, driven…

Favorite Films Of 2018

With my eclectic taste in films, it is often hard to narrow down my absolute favorite movies of the year. That being said, 2018 was a good year for movies and I found myself begging for more, especially in the comic book and science fiction genre. Here is my list of favorite films for the…

Documentary Review- Death Of A Nation

Following on the success of a series of documentaries including 2016: Obama’s America and Hillary’s America, Conservative commentator-turned-filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza holds nothing back in his latest feature ‘Death Of A Nation.’ The documentary explores hidden connections between the American Left and some of the worst European dictators. The theme of the documentary is to challenge…

Documentary Review- Farmlands

Independent journalist and political activist Lauren Southern focuses on the growing problem in South Africa in her first feature length documentary Farmlands released for free on her YouTube channel. She produces and hosts the film which explores the growing murders and assaults of white Afrikaner farmers. The first part of the documentary is a brief…