Venom cut and sucks

Here’s a bit of history for you, the reason that Marvel Comics took a chance and created their own production company is because the movies studios were churning out in the early 2000’s were never once...

SuperGrid fires on all cylinders

If, for some reason, you haven’t seen film director Lowell Dean’s 2014 pulpy romp, Wolfcop, do yourself a favour and see it. Wolfcop is what catapulted Dean’s career into the toast of Canadian genre...

Knuckleball – Slow pitch, great hit

Michael Ironside is a legend, nobody can deny that. He’s done everything from flying with Tom Cruise in Top Gun to providing the voice of Tom Clancy’s Sam Fisher in the Splinter Cell video game series and...

Mile 22 is an intense and wild ride

“People sleep peacefully in their beds at night only because brought men stand ready to do violence on their behalf”. A George Orwell quote spoken by Mark Wahlberg in the beginning of his new film, Mile 22...

The Meg is a watered down mess of a movie

Coming out of The Meg had me thinking more of another modern monster film, Del Toro’s Pacific Rim. A film that’s every bit as great as now as it was in theatres 5 years ago. The reason, Pacific Rim is so...

Infinity War: Epic action, epic characters

The Marvel Cinematic Universe culminating in Avengers: Infinity War. 18 Films, 10 Years, was it worth the wait? No, it wasn’t. But not for what you think. Marvel seemingly acknowledges its lack of villainy...

Isle of Dog: A quirky fun story

To watch a Wes Anderson film is like imagining the book you’re currently reading is real life. Novel story-telling with flawed characters that are beautifully absurd and surprisingly poignant. His newest...

Blank Panther: A fast paced, marvellous movie

“Don’t bother, Ms. Romanoff. I’ll kill him myself.” The next time we saw Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa, the Black Panther, after he said this to the Black Widow in Captain America Civil War in...
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Lady Bird – Review

Lady Bird takes us on a journey through high school senior Christine, self-named Lady Bird in Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut. Lady Bird is an angsty teen who is under the impression that she has learned...