Cinema's most sinister toy doll is back and racking up a high body count.
In episode two of Tuned In, Peter and Susan spill the beans about who they're crushing in in TV Land.
De Niro goes full perv in his latest comic misfire Dirty Grandpa... and nobody's laughing.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of About Alex on DVD, courtesy of levelFILM.
Ned Rifle Special Presentations Ned Rifle is on a mission to kill his father in the third and final film of Hal Hartley’s Henry Fool trilogy. We’re not provided with much backstory, but suffice it to say that Ned’s parents aren’t very good people. His mother Fay (Parker Posey) is in prison for terrorism, and […]
Talking with Life After Beth writer and director Jeff Baena about crafting a grounded romantic comedy with zombies and empathy.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of run-of-engagement passes to see Life After Beth in Toronto, courtesy of Dork Shelf and Elevation Pictures.
Somewhere between the near middle aged malaise of The Big Chill and the twentysomething malaise of St. Elmo’s Fire lies About Alex, a mostly forgettable film about estrangedfriends coming back together to help a buddy in need while learning important life lessons in the process.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of run of engagement passes to see About Alex in Toronto (opening August 8th), courtesy of Dork Shelf and levelFILM.
Despite what should be a novel gender switcheroo designed to look at teenage sexuality from a girl's perspective, The To Do List is still just an awkwardly assembled, bodily fluid loving gross out comedy with almost no distinction from its male counterparts.
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to catch an advance screening of The To Do List in Toronto on Thursday, July 18th or in Ottawa, Halifax, or Winnipeg on Monday, July 22nd, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films.
We talk to A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III writer and director and current Academy Award nominee Roman Coppola about creating his latest trippy, mind bending comedy, working with Liam Hayes on the film's groovy soundtrack, subliminal messages in advertising, working with Charlie Sheen and Bill Murray, and why he likes coming back to the same kinds of characters.
Despite some narrative messiness and a somewhat miscast leading lady, the supporting cast, winning script and tone help make Safety Not Guaranteed rise above the trappings of a standard indie comedy.
We talked to current New Girl television sensation Jake Johnson about his role in the indie time travel/internet meme comedy Safety Not Guaranteed, how to create a sympathetic jerk, and why he thinks the film is a perfect summer movie.
Win one of ten pairs of passes to see an advance screening of the comedy Safety Not Guaranteed in Toronto on Wednesday, June 13th from Alliance Films and Dork Shelf!