Bill Paxton

comPOSERS Episode 22: Tombstone

This week, we travel to Tombstone, Arizona to relive the gunfight at the OK Corral with Bruce Broughton's score for the iconic cowboy film. Movie. Film. Hard to say.

Trespass Blu-ray Review

Shout! Factory just released a new Collectors' Edition Blu-ray of one of the most underrated efforts from the golden age of action movies, pick up Trespass the next chance you get.

Nightcrawler Review

Jake Gyllenhaal delivers without a shadow of a doubt a career best performance as an amoral sociopath in Nightcrawler.

TIFF 2014: Nightcrawler Review

Nightcrawler Special Presentatons Jake Gyllenhaal delivers easily a career best performance as an amoral psychopath drawn into the highly profitable world of freelance journalism, capturing grisly crime scene footage throughout the overnights and selling it to the highest bidding local news source. The directorial debut for screenwriter Dan Gilroy (Real Steel, Freejack, The Bourne Legacy), […]

Edge of Tomorrow Review

Edge of Tomorrow is easily one of the best high concept sci-fi blockbusters to come along in a while. It might not be a particularly original movie, but it’s a surprisingly creative one that delivers all of the necessary thrills and spills of good popcorn fodder along with some pretty clever writing and proof that Tom Cruise still has a bit of a gas left in the tank.

Million Dollar Arm Review

It might be grouchy to complain about Million Dollar Arm, the latest feel good sports drama from Disney, but it’s too astoundingly weak of a film to garner much enthusiasm or find anything really praiseworthy in it.

2 Guns Review

While it certainly won’t go down as one of the most memorable movies of the year, 2 Guns does have an undeniable amount of charisma and charm that make it one of the more pleasant summertime surprises.

The Colony Review

It’s not terribly original and it shows the signs of budgetary restrictions at many turns, but the Canadian post-apocalyptic action thriller The Colony certainly looks better and has a better cast and director than movies of this ilk usually have.

Interview: Jeff Renfroe and Kevin Zegers

We talk to writer and director Jeff Renfroe and actor Kevin Zegers about their work on the post-Apocalyptic Canadian action thriller The Colony and what it's like to shoot such a cold looking movie in an abandoned NORAD bunker.

Contest: See THE COLONY in Toronto

Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of the Canadian made sci-fi thriller The Colony in Toronto on Wednesday, April 3rd, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films. Actors Laurence Fishburne, Kevin Zegers, and director Jeff Renfroe will all be in attendance.

Titanic 3-D Review

Arriving in theatres almost to the day of the 100th anniversary of the allegedly unsinkable ship’s tragic demise, James Cameron’s Titanic looks and sounds as great as it did upon release 15 years ago.

Haywire Review

The interesting, but flawed Haywire stands out as an anomaly in director Steven Soderbergh's recent filmography. It’s a straight up revenge film unconcerned with further reaching implications, but dripping with sexuality and action.

Big Love Returns Tonight

Everyone's favourite polygamist family is back y'all! The fifth and final season of Big Love starts tonight at 9pm on HBO and it promises to be bigger than ever. It's like TLC's Sister Wives, except more dramatic and everyone is better looking.