Remote Ireland Turns Foreboding then Deadly in ‘Sophie: A Murder in West Cork’

By Gregory Crofton Artists and feminists and many others from around the world discover Schull, a small Irish town west of Cork, and then decide to make it their home. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, all next to the…

‘Operation Varsity Blues’ Innovates and Entertains While Telling a Complex Story about the One Percent

By Gregory Crofton Director Chris Smith ( American Movie, Fyre) is back with another great documentary, “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal,” which premiered Wednesday on Netflix. What sets this film apart, and helps move the genre forward, was…

‘TIGER KING’ is a brilliant doc series about captive tigers and the people they attract

By Gregory Crofton Joe Exotic has a dyed blonde mullet and is a decent country singer. He’s married to two men and he likes guns. He likes to fire them into the lake that’s part of his exotic zoo in…

Obsessed With: ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’

It’s been a year since the smash hit documentary Abducted in Plain Sight premiered on Netflix and set the internet ablaze with shock, fascination, disbelief, and rage over the story of 12 year-old Jan Broberg who was kidnapped TWICE by her neighbor…

‘Miss Americana’ is a huge hit on Netflix with Taylor Swift fans, but is it any good?

By Gregory Crofton Taylor Swift is brilliant, no doubt. She was that annoying nerd in high school who did everything right, but in her case songwriting and entertaining, not being class president, was the game to play. One of the…

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