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Gilbert Speaks On Identity Check (2020) With Director Patrick Devaney

5 Feb

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I am honored to have among my friends, several renowned and extremely talented Independent Film Directors and Producers. I have posted on my blog many reviews of Patrick Devaney’s work. The latest film which I am excited to tell you about is called Identity Check (2020). My review will be followed with an interview of Patrick Devaney. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Io” & “The First Grader”

22 Jan

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Are we doomed as a species? Sometimes, because of all the hatred in the world, and the fact that the president has turned the protection of our environment over to corrupt corporations…I feel we are already circling the drain. I don’t understand how in this time and age, there still exists people in power who make it their life’s goal to dehumanize other people. Sometimes, I feel that we suck big time as a species. I’ll be reviewing two amazing films that show the better side of us. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Mother!”

19 Jul

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I love horror films and horror dramas, but I never expected Darren Aronofsky’s “Mother!” to keep me up all night. How much should we love? Meet me after the jump. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks On “The Sissi Trilogy”

24 Oct

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I’m not sure why Ernst Marischka’s 1955 film, Empress Elisabeth of Austria, kept me so totally engrossed, but it did. I’m not even sure why I stayed up through the night to watch the succeeding two films starring Romy Schneider in the leading role as the Princess Elisabeth, but I did. There are some films that grab hold of your imagination without warning. Sometimes it’s because of the plot, and sometimes, it’s because of the cast. How did Empress Elisabeth of Austria make into my Granny’s Insomnia Theatre? Find out after the jump. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks On Films: The Shack, The Red Turtle, Maggie

11 Oct

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Yes, my dear followers, I am serving up a tasty dish of reviews of three different films that I watched over this past weekend. All three have won the honor of being included in “Granny’s Insomnia Theatre” collection. Each has its own special message. So what does God have to do with animation or zombies? Find out after the jump. Continue reading