Daily Archives: March 18, 2021

Movie Review: In a Pandemic, Maybe Nature Won’t Share what’s “In the Earth”

Gruesome violence and grisly backwoods “surgery,” blood and stitches and axes and arrows, sharp stone shards left as booby-traps for the unwary dominate “In the Earth.” Kind of what you’d expect from a thriller built around mycorrhizal research deep in … Continue reading

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Your 30th Florida Film Festival Lineup

An Orlando-made dramedy that takes us back to the Hurricane Charley hit starring John Amos is the opening night premiere. That’s the trailer to “Because of Charley” above. Karen Allen and Isabella Rosellini will appear, via Zoom, for A & … Continue reading

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Series Review: Return to “detectorists”

I stumbled into “detectorists” when it hit Netflix some years back. But the streaming service had just the first two seasons of it, and while I binged it and absolutely adored it, I never got around to writing about it. … Continue reading

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