Geek Hard Podcast: Episode 200

On this 200th episode we review Need for Speed starring Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper and Michael Keaton with guests Dork Shelf Film Editor Andrew Parker and Bizarre Comics' Kris Johnson. We also look back at the Toronto ComiCON.

Hannibal Episode 2.3 Recap

“Hassun” is perfectly distilled Hannibal. It takes the conventions of a well established television format - the courtroom procedural - and mutilates it into a nightmarish message about the kind of love that compels you do horrible, violent things.
Community - Season 5 Episode 9 - VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing

Community Episode 5.9 Recap

For a pretty straight forward 22 minutes that takes place in only three or four settings, “VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing” is complex and fun, but might leave some people (namely those who aren't familiar with Breaking Bad) behind as it eagerly eats its own referential tail.

Need for Speed Review

Need for Speed is both better than any racing video game adaptation really has any right to be and yet it’s still what most audience members who buy a ticket for it will be expecting.

Enemy Review

Quietly menacing and deeply cerebral, Dennis Villeneuve’s unnerving psychological thriller Enemy gets a huge boost from a great dual performance from Jake Gyllenhaal as a man whose potential double life could be splitting the fabric of space and time around him.

A Field in England Review

There’s absolutely no way that Ben Wheatley’s latest film A Field in England could ever be defined. It’s one of only a small handful of films that can adequately cover possibly every genre in film history and still find a way to dwell on the more bizarre genres.

The Husband Review

A coal black comedy from Canadian filmmaking powerhouse Bruce McDonald with an exceptional script and breakout leading performance from Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, The Husband takes a long hard look at what makes a person a monster and the people who get drawn into the monster’s aftermath, creating deep, traumatic personal demons that can create new monsters.

This Week at the Bloor: 3/14/14/

Only one new regular release film for the next two weeks at The Bloor (aside from the still great and sticking around Particle Fever): a lovely, frank, and deeply personal look at the relationship and friendship of two of cinema's greatest in Liv & Ingmar.