Alex A. Kecskes has written hundreds of film reviews and celebrity interviews for a wide variety of online and print outlets. He has covered red carpet premieres and Comic-Con events for major films and independent releases.
Heightened emotions of any kind for prolonged periods can stress out your body. A study released by PubMed reveals that depression can weaken your immune system by raising your body’s production of interleukin 6 (IL-6). Elevated levels of IL-6 have been associated with chronic inflammation, which can make you susceptible to a number of autoimmuneREAD MORE
A Texas native, Isabel Oliver Marcus attended San Antonio’s Bonham Academy, where she starred in numerous productions of its award-winning theater program. She won every performance competition she entered in San Antonio, including play festivals and Texas school competitions. Since coming to L.A., she has appeared in music videos and a succession of lead roles for independent andREAD MORE
An uplifting film that unwinds gently and purposefully like a skein of yarn in a grandmother’s loving hands, “The Colors of Emily” tugs at your heart as its plot needlepoints to a surprisingly satisfying conclusion. Helmed by Chip Rossetti and written by M.T. Arnold and Timothy Paul Taylor, the faith-based family drama unites art, sisterhood, catharticREAD MORE
Best known as Professor Stromwell in “Legally Blonde,” Bunny in “The Wedding Date,” and Evelyn Harper in “Two and a Half Men,” Philadelphia born Holland Taylor attended Quaker schools, then majored in drama at Bennington College. After fifteen years of “disappointments and near misses” in New York and California, Holland was cast as Ruth Dunbar inREAD MORE