The Whistler Film Festival may have concluded its in-person screenings, but the festival is far from over. Film lovers across Canada have a chance to watch highlights from the festival online from December 5, 2022 to January 2, 2023.
Adam Beach is a man both haunted and hunted for his past actions in the Canadian thriller Exile, screening as part of the Whistler Film Festival, available online across Canada on December 5.
We spoke to filmmaker Clark Johnson (S.W.A.T.) about his latest film Percy, a bucolic story of a Saskatchewan farmer (Christopher Walken) battling Big Ag, his work on The Wire, creative life during the pandemic, and more.
Find out which movie and which actor Daniel and Pauline debated during round 7!
TIFF 2017: Hotiles Review.
Less than 48 hours after debuting at Comic-Con in San Diego (and subsequently leaking online), Warner Bros. has posted the full Suicide Squad trailer shown to convention attendees this weekend.
We talk to actors Dominic Purcell and Izaak Smith and director Damien Lee about their collaboration on the boxing film A Fighting Man, and about the film’s time shifting structure, how the characters very candidly relate to Purcell and Smith’s real life struggles, and why it took Lee almost twenty years to get around to making the film.
Enter for a chance to beat the winter cold by winning a copy of the action thriller Ice Soldiers on DVD, courtesy of Dork Shelf and LevelFILM.
The dull, lifeless Canadian action thriller Ice Soldiers concerns a trio of recently thawed out indestructible super soldiers being reanimated, but since the film around them never comes to life it just seems like the only thing that was thawed out from long ago was the freezer burned screenplay.