We play catch up with the DVDs we've accumulated over the past month with Phil looking at Criterion releases for Riot in Cell Block 11 and Breaking the Waves, the recently remastered Sorcerer, a re-cut version of the documentary Cocaine Cowboys, the fourth and final season of Eastbound and Down, and the latest Paranormal Activity film. Dave looks at straight-to-video efforts Mr. Jones and Bad Country, along with new discs for Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia and Seven Warriors. And Andrew looks back on A Birder's Guide to Everything and Big Bad Wolves.
Although it started this past Thursday, the 22nd annual Toronto Jewish Film Festival runs through Sunday, May 11th and here are five can't miss selections from the rest of this year's line up!
Big Bad Wolves It’s easy to see why Quentin Tarantino would be so quick to anoint the Israeli thriller Big Bad Wolves as his favourite film of the year, because with 75% of the film’s non-stop dialogue made up of oh-so-witty tangential asides or alpha male posturing it fits in quite nicely with the worst […]
Here it is! Your guide to this year's eight annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival, bringing Toronto some of the best genre filmmaking from around the world to the Scotabank Theatre this October 17th-25th. Check back daily for new film reviews and updates!
Dork Shelf talks to Toronto After Dark Film Festival Programming Director and Founder Adam Lopez about his genre festival's eighth year, the move from rep houses to Cineplex, why accessibility and the opinions of his fans mean so much to him, theme nights, and why they decided upon We Are What We Are for the opening night film.