- Screen Reviews
- December 14, 2018
One of the most notorious horror films is back for its 40th anniversary.
A lonely house wife finds liberation in a brief fling with a passing photographer.
A post-post-apocalyptic story of love, sex, and small fish.
The residents of impoverished Washington heights live, love, and struggle to get ahead in the middle of a blistering summer.
Should he date the boy or the girl? Why not both? We’ll tell you why in this musical of confused feelings.
Life and love unfold at a roadside hotel packed with charm and subtext.
A young ne’er-do-well meets a magical guitar that cleans him up and takes him far.
Perhaps its the cold, perhaps it’s the poverty, perhaps it’s all just magic, but this tale of a young boy in love with horses is as heartwarming as you could hope for.
Opera and traditional Spanish music underscore a romantic new musical still in work.
It’s time to sing like a Modern Major General again.
Boy meets girl, then they fall in love. What could be nicer than that? Oh, I don’t know. Different genomes, perhaps?
The spirit of an ancient Egyptian woman deals with the rigors of modern Los Angeles as she works to avoid an ancient relationship.
A Craigslist date turns really weird. And then the seahorses kick in…
In this animated full-length Jake meets Ella in a bumper car accident. Their passionate romance is ruined by a jealous woman, and Ella takes on the form of Jake’s other lovers trying to win him back.
Marriage should be carefully considered decision between two mature, committed adults. Oh, what the hack, just ask already. Carl F Gauze has no regrets, either.
Anxiety fraught sexual relations are not just the domain of heterosexuals; EVERY one can have bad dates and rejection.
A nice Jewish boy on the upper west side fights for his inheritance and his uncle’s girlfriend only to discover there is life beyond lox.
Everybody loves a trainwreck, and when it happens in Genoa, it’s irresistible. Carl F Gauze pauses to gawk.
Are You Ready for the Heartache Cause Here It Comes (Murder Mystery). Review by Carl F Gauze.
They say love grows in the weirdest places, but Tornado Alley? Carl F Gauze finds an enigmatic, leisurely read in Tornado Siren, a love story that examines the heady buildup and tragic fallout of disasters, both natural and personal.
A middle-aged man whose wife has left him hires a young woman to clean his house as he puts his life back in order. Joe Frietze smashes through the cliché to tell you how The Housekeeper is different. And maybe not so different.