Review: ‘Master’

The setting in Mariama Diallo’s psychological horror film Master is one of those blue blood Northeastern colleges that has the audacity to scoff at Harvard as someone’s second collegiate choice. The dorm rooms resemble cozy apartments and the faculty live in large, antique houses just off campus. Needless to say, the climate of tolerance and welcoming vibes are stacked against young Jasmine (Zoe Renee) immediately. … Continue reading Review: ‘Master’

Review: ‘Lincoln’s Dilemma,’ Bringing History to Life, For Good Reasons

What do we really know about Abraham Lincoln?  (Picture above: depiction of Abraham Lincoln as featured in Lincoln’s Dilemma on Apple TV+.) The 16th President of the United States has been widely hailed, widely vilified, and widely misunderstood. His role in history is assured, though what role, exactly, is yet to be determined, even more than 150 years after his death.  The four-episode mini-series Lincoln’s … Continue reading Review: ‘Lincoln’s Dilemma,’ Bringing History to Life, For Good Reasons