Reviews

‘The Magnificent Seven’ movie review: ‘So far, so good’

If you love a good western, you can’t go wrong with The Magnificent Seven. It may not be a remake we needed, but it’s a remake we’re happy to deserve.

‘Wilder’ book review: Rebecca Yarros takes us for a walk on the ‘Wilder’ side

If you’re looking to add a little high octane thrill-seeking to your romance reading, Wilder by Rebecca Yarros is the perfect book for you.

‘Bridget Jones’ Baby’ movie review: Another fabulous chapter

There’s a lot to enjoy about Bridget Jones’ Baby, even if you’ve never watched the first two movies, but as usual, there’s still a kink or two in the system.

Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’ review: Power plays on a subtle stage

Marvel’s Luke Cage puts Harlem and its hero in an unwavering spotlight. How does Luke stand up to the pressure?

‘Roman Crazy’ book review: Escape to Italy for one last summer adventure

Wish you could take one last trip to finish out your summer vacation? Pick up Roman Crazy by Alice Clayton and Nina Bocci and be transported to Rome for an epic romantic adventure.

‘And the Trees Crept In’ by Dawn Kurtagich: The Creeper Man wears many a disguise

And the Trees Crept In is a hauntingly immersive tale of insanity, terror, and what happens when you’re not even safe in your own home.

‘Sully’ movie review: More than just a heroic retelling

Sully gives us a glimpse into what exactly happened on that fateful day in 2009, and the battle that ensued long after the passengers were safe and warm in their beds.

‘For the Love of Spock’ review: An intimate portrait of Leonard Nimoy

An intimate portrait of the man behind the ears, For the Love of Spock is a must-see for fans of Star Trek and beyond.

‘Kalifus Rising’ by Alane Adams is a worthy sequel to ‘Red Sun’

Kalifus Rising blends the humor and adventure of Red Sun with its own brand of high-stakes action.