Dick Wolf's television institution goes up north with Law and Order Toronto: Criminal Intent, a new installment that fits comfortably into the franchise's signature mold.
Chris Knight gives us a preview of the nostalgia-filled Hotel X Retro Arcade pop-up, open to the public until March 19.
Jason Gorber takes an in-depth look at Dune: Part Two—the second chapter of Denis Villeneuve's epic yet richly detailed sci-fi series.
Queen Tut, starring Alexandra Billings, skillfully threads the needle between comedy and drama with a wholesome exploration of identity.
The Oscar nominees for Best Live Action Short Film are Invincible, The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, The After, Knight of Fortune and Red, White, and Blue.
Letter to a Pig, Pachyderme, Ninety-Five Senses, War Is Over, and Our Uniform are on the ballot for Best Animated Short Film at this year's Oscars.
Kingsley Ben-Adir and Lashana Lynch star in Bob Marley: One Love, a biopic about the reggae king and his wife Rita Marley.
Superhero fatigue is in high gear as Sony's latest Spider-verse film, Madame Web, appears dead on arrival.
Seize the clay with The Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down, a local import of the cozy British competition show that focuses on ceramics.
FX's Shōgun, television's newest historical epic based on a best-selling novel, is so good it could be our long-awaited successor to Game of Thrones.
CBC's new show, Allegiance, transcends the classic police procedural with a uniquely fresh perspective.
Stephen Hosier's Attila is an unconventional, deeply intimate documentary that shows what happens when vulnerable Canadians fall through the cracks.
Tropes are stretched far too thin in Jason Fuchs’ script that by the time the movie begins to embrace its absurdity in its third act, it’s too late.
Weak Layers attempts to carve deep, but only sticks a mediocre landing on its rocky slopes. A few chuckles, many cringes, and jokes that fall flat, but the film’s powerful message is what redeems our attention.
Amazon's Hazbin Hotel is an adult animated series that should have been a hell of a good time. Instead, was dead on arrival.