William Friedkin’s ‘The Guardian’: It’s Worth at Least a Perfunc-tree Glance (review)

Camilla is the world’s best nanny. She’s sweet, knowledgeable, and works weekends. Too bad she’s also a Druid priestess (it’s quite the ma-tree-archy) who tends to sacrifice her young charges to a baby-eating tree. Up-and-coming couple Phil and Kate hire her, feeling blessed that all she asks in return for her hard work is TuesdayContinue reading “William Friedkin’s ‘The Guardian’: It’s Worth at Least a Perfunc-tree Glance (review)”