Nymphomaniac Review

There’s a daringness and certainly a great degree of ambition to Danish auteur Lars von Trier’s latest misanthropic opus Nymphomaniac, but there’s also a been there, done that kind of feel to his work here that’s almost more distressing than the subject matter.

Muppets Most Wanted Review

Muppets Most Wanted is to the Muppet franchise what A Good Day to Die Hard was to the John McClane films. A lazy, cynical mess (two things The Muppets should never be) that nearly made our Muppet loving film editor openly cry when he saw how far they have fallen.

Interview: Gabrielle Miller

We talk to Canadian actress Gabrielle Miller about her latest on-screen appearance in the film Down River (in theatres tomorrow) and about the film’s real life inspiration, her character, and why it was sometimes challenging for her to play an actress in a movie.

A Girl on Girls: Episode 3.11 Recap

This season Girls has become more focused than ever on using subtly themed episodes to test its characters like lab rats. The biggest thematic thread (or piece of cheese, depending on which metaphor you go with here) has been the notion of settling. This episode, the show asked some tough questions: Are you actually content, or are you unknowingly giving up a piece of yourself? Are you deluded if you’re happy with something seemingly imperfect?

Unsung Anniversaries #6: Ravenous

This week's unsung anniversary is of the 15th anniversary of Ravenous, one of the smartest and most underrated horror films of all time despite it's dreadfully troubled production history.

Interview: Theo James

We talk to Theo James, leading man of the next big YA novel adaptation Divergent about his character’s internal struggles, what being in a franchise could mean for his career, his fears of being objectified, why people seem to be drawn to dystopian narratives, and why he approaches every job the same way regardless of size or potential success.

Hot Docs 2014 Line-Up Announced

All 197 films for this year's 21st annual Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival were announced today, including opening night film The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

Interview: Lloyd Kaufman

We talk to the one and only Lloyd Kaufman, the man behind the 40 year old independent film production company Troma Entertainment, abut his latest directorial effort, Class of Nuke 'Em High, Volume 1.