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Gilbert Speaks on “Los Espookys”

16 Jun


There is a new American comedy on HBO, and it is definitely worth watching. Los Espookys follows a group of friends who turn their love for horror into an enterprising business. They create and provide horror for those willing to pay for it. It’s a little bit of Seinfeld meets The Exorcist. Continue reading


Gilbert Speaks On Mrs. Maisel

8 Feb


I am hooked on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which to me is the female version of Seinfeld. The star of this series is Rachel Brosnahan, and she plays the character of Midge, a standup comedian. Jerry Seinfeld had George, Kramer, and Elaine. Midge has Abe, Susie and Rose. This week, I want to focus on Rose Maisel, Midge’s mom. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

2 Jan


My husband bought a new television. It is huge, and it is a smart, which means that we can now get Amazon Prime. I am proud to admit that I’ve become a Prime Zombie. There are many great original series on Prime, but The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has to be my number one favorite. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Adam Ruins Everything”

22 Oct


My eldest granddaughter, Allie Gilbert, asked me to watch and review a show called “Adam Ruins Everything.” I was immediately on board with the project because I had been watching the series whenever I wasn’t working on my book, doing psychic readings or ghost investigations. What can I say? Granny is having a ball, but when one of my nine grandchildren ask me for a favor…I’m on it! So, who is Adam and why is he ruining everything? Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on Snatched, A Mother and Daughter Romp

30 May


This holiday weekend, my daughter and I finally had the time to sneak away to the movies. We were looking for something light and fluffy to watch having already seen “Alien Covenant” and “Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 2” with our hubbies. The trailers for Snatched looked like fun and even though I’m not a fan of Amy Schumer, I do love Goldie Hawn. Was “Snatched” worth fighting the holiday traffic to see? Find out after the jump. Continue reading