C.J. Prince

C.J. Prince is a freelance film critic based in Toronto. He started out as an editor for Way Too Indie, before joining the programming committee for the AGH World Film Festival in Hamilton, Ontario. He has written for The National Post, The Film Stage, The Playlist, and CinemaScope Online, and is a member of the Online Film Critics Society along with being a Tomatometer-approved critic.

Articles by C.J. Prince:

  • Ask No Questions
    January 27, 2020

    Slamdance 2020: Ask No Questions Review

    Whatever good Ask No Questions does in bringing awareness to a major event that deserves investigation becomes undone by its ridiculous speculation.

  • The Depths TIFF 2019
    September 2, 2019

    TIFF 2019: The Depths Review

    Thanks to Highball.TV for sponsoring ThatShelf’s 2019 TIFF Coverage! It starts with the image of Justine (Geneviève Boivin-Roussy) crying as she cleans out the closet of her recently deceased mother. And for a time, Ariane Louis-Seize’s drama feels like it will play out as an assured, well-observed story of a daughter dealing with losing her […]

  • Ghost Town Anthology (Répertoire des villes disparues)
    March 12, 2019

    Ghost Town Anthology Review

    Denis Côté’s Ghost Town Anthology is an unsettling mood piece that replaces thrills with intrigue, shrouding itself in an eerie, enigmatic narrative.