Baywatch opens across Canada May 25th but you and a guest can attend a screening in Toronto, Ottawa or Montreal on May 22nd courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures!
Joe Dante, the man behind some of our favourite films (Gremlins, Innerspace, The Burbs...) is back at it again with Burying The Ex, now on Blu-ray.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of True Detective on Blu-Ray, courtesy of Dork Shelf and HBO Home Entertainment Canada!
Episode five takes True Detective's idea of temporal play and turns it into yet another aspect of horror that the show’s been so adept at delivering, delving into existential time-space contemplations and having its characters relive the nightmares contained in their lives.
True Detective has become like H.P. Lovecraft framed through the window of an all Bunk and McNulty version of The Wire: exploring ideas of faith, madness, brutality and obsessive self-destruction read with the cop-speak language that TV has made us experts in through decades of crime dramas and police procedurals.
This week’s installment of True Detective certainly saves its two biggest developments for the end (including one heck of a cliffhanger) and does a great job of casting doubt upon Marty and Rust’s abilities to do their jobs effectively.
By the close of the second episode of HBO’s True Detective, it seems like the stinger to each installment will be to remind the audience that there’s an actual overarching case that needs to be solved and not just an almost painfully intimate portrait of two men that are slowly breaking down. Then again, “Seeing Things” tends to suggest that the very case and how it ultimately turns out will ultimately come down to the personalities of the people trying to solve it rather than the particulars.
Our Film Editor jumps over to the TV side for several weeks to start our weekly recaps of the new (and very much worth watching) HBO series True Detective, starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. What went down this week and what do we think of the first episode and where it's headed? Check it out! (Warning: Spoilers)
Despite a noticeably lower budget, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is a worthy and entertaining bit of family pleasing fluff that's just as good as the franchise's first entry was.
It's not high art by any stretch, but Texas Chainsaw 3D should be more than enough to please genre hounds and fans of the series.
Kick off 2013 with our interview of the star of the first official 2013 film, as we talk to actress Alexandra Daddario about her role as the heroine in Texas Chainsaw 3D and we talk about the physical demands of horror, getting into character, talking with fans, and a little bit about returning to the Percy Jackson franchise later this summer!