TV Review: Sherlock

Sherlock Holmes has become almost something of a cliché.  The deerstalker hat, the pipe, the “Elementary, my dear Watson”, the versions and revisions of the character and the stories have, over the years, greatly reduced the character from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s great scientific mind to something that passively conjures up a few of the …

TV Review: Falling Skies

The summer doldrums have arrived. Officially giving me more time to catch up on the film I missed during the television season. However, with many upcoming off season series returning from their own hiatus, it might be tough to fit in a new show. ‘Falling Skies,’ is definitely one to consider. Created by Saving Private …

Me, Inc. – PSA Video

This is a great PSA from our friend Rob Kutner about what you can to do help restore representation to the people, not the corporations. The video basically shows a bunch of testimonials of “regular people” incorporating themselves in order to get the same rights as some of the corporations in the United States. So …

TV Review: Teenage Paparazzo

‘Teenage Paparazzo’ is a great documentary from actor Adrian Grenier about 14 year old Austin Visschedyk, a young paparazzo. Going into the film, I wasn’t sure what I was going to see, I’m familiar with Grenier as an actor, but as far as his directing skills, I was curious to see what he’d done with …

Lost & 24 Season Finale Wrap Up/Review

Two of my most favorite shows have gone off the air, and I thought despite Lonelyreviewer.com only covering Film recently, I’d like to do a review/write down my thoughts for a significant week in television. There will be spoilers herein, so please take care, if you plan on watching them in the future, or aren’t …