Why didn't we release this on a more...appropriate day? Because every day is appropriate when you're watching 1996's Independence Day and listening to the underrated score by David Arnold!
We discuss the news of week in rapid fire news. We review Independence Day: Resurgence. Mr. Green Interviews Dark Matter's Anthony Lemke. Plus our interview with comic writer/author Ryan North.
Is there a place for a throwback blockbuster like Independence Day: Resurgence in today's increasingly global movie market? Maybe!
Why Shout Factory's new The Serpent and the Rainbow Blu-ray is a must own for any self-respecting horror fan.
The perfect movie that never needed a sequel is finally getting a sequel.
American Ultra could have easily fallen into the category of farcical tripe, but this stoner spy spoof is saved by good performances and surprising style.
To celebrate the release of American Ultra we're giving out passes to advanced screenings across Canada AND some super rad prize packs!
In honour of a mini-retrospective in his honour starting this week at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, we look at the career of Wes Craven, the best horror director of his time.
The Equalizer is a depressingly dull action thriller told in the most wrongheaded way possible.
In Canadian documentarian Yung Chang's latest excellent film The Fruit Hunters, the audience is asked to give fruit - especially the kind you can find in your own backyard - a second chance.
We have not one, but two Lola Versus Blu-rays to give away. Greta Gerwig sparkles in this offbeat romantic comedy about looking for answers - and finding yourself - in a complicated world. When 29-year-old Lola (Gerwig) is dumped by her fiancé Luke (future Robocop Joel Kinnaman) just three weeks before the wedding, she embarks on an emotional, year-long adventure of self-discovery filled with love, loss, hilarity and heartache. Guided (and often misguided) y the well-meaning advice of her close friends and eccentric parents, Lola's chaotic journey en route to the big 3-0 proves that a single tumultuous year can yield the lessons of a lifetime.
Thanks to the natural charm and grace of leading lady Greta Gerwig, Lola Versus fares better than a lot of similarly unrelatable NYC hipster fare.
The Torchwood team returns and heads stateside in the fourth series of the BBC sci-fi show. A mix of British sci-fi geekiness with US action, it's a solid follow-up to the brilliant 'Children of the Earth'.