By JOE SHARKEY The Romans purportedly had a phrase, “De gustibus non est disputandum,” which means, roughly, there is no disputing matters of taste. Actually,
Both Variety and The Hollywood Reporter assigned British reviewers to the online release of Above Suspicion in the UK. The reviews are now starting to
British tabloid newspapers, you know the ones that breathlessly publish reports with photos of the members of the royal family walking their husbands, have been
“Above Suspicion,” the movie, wrapped two years ago last month in the tiny eastern Kentucky mountain town of Harlan. The final day of the three-month
Release date unofficial but unofficially it’s October. Here’s the just-released poster for the movie.
Open Road Media has been aggressively promoting the revised and updated print and e-book 2017 editions of my book “Above Suspicion,” which was originally published
By Joe Sharkey Susan Smith, 28 years old when she was killed in 1989, was a coal-miner’s daughter from one of the most desperately poor