Psycho Goreman: The movie we need right NOW!

With his new film, Pyscho Goreman, Canadian film director, Steven Kostanski shows us that he understands that for genre fusion to work, you have to understand where to two genres meet. Nita-Josee Hanna...

ROOM 8: Touching the Infinite

Like Christopher Nolan before him, UK born James Griffiths cut his cinematic teeth on short films.  Room 8 (2014) is an award winning short that displays his emerging brilliance the way Doodlebug (1997)...

Fantastic Fest: Day 3 – VFW

When you look at his work, film director Jeff Begos’s resume reads more like a love letter to cult genre directors. Lynch and Cronenberg especially come to mind when watching Bego’s films Bliss and...

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...

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...

Raven Banner hits the SuperGrid

Raven Banner is set to bring the high-octane post-apocalyptic road movie, SuperGrid to the Cannes marketplace. From the creators of WolfCop, producer Hugh Patterson has teamed up with Trinni Franke and...

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...
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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...

Greatest Showman – Review

P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) grew up a poor boy in love with the beautiful Charity (Michelle Williams) the daughter of one of his father's rich clients. After years apart he comes back to her and whisks her away...