Living in Venice can be fun, with beaches, board walks, piers, scenic store fronts and many other interesting places to go. But Venice has its dark side, crime, drugs, and yes stolen dogs. This investigative story leads to one message, don’t mess with a man’s dog. Read more
In the world of espionage, secrets, and double agents comes an action hero that out does them all. During the fall of the Berlin Wall in November of 1989, there were other secrets unfolding. What really happened the nights prior to the Walls demise? Based on the graphic novel, called “The Coldest Day” this story tells you about the dangers of being a secret agent. Read more
Do you remember the closeness you had with your friends back when you were young? Things were simple back then, but then you got older and things changed. This story is about four good friends from high school who get together to have a long weekend trip in New Orleans to have some fun and recreate their memories. Read more
During World War II prior to the Americans joining the European part of the War the French and English were pushed back to the sea near the city of Dunkirk. Their only conclusion was to evacuate across the channel quickly and try to avoid the onslaught of the German aerial warfare (Luftwaffe). Dunkirk depicts the struggle the English had trying to get back across the channel. The true story is considered one of the bloodiest and most tragic part of the war for the allies. Read more
In the film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword the world of wizards, mages, knights, and kings form the legend of the sword Excalibur. With a different perspective than I had originally thought, Guy Ritchie’s world has Mordred as the enemy wizard in the midst of destroying King Uther Pendragon’s kingdom and his brother in-law Vortigern waiting for his chance at the crown. The film has merit and a strong supposition, but be forewarned it’s not consistent with early legends.