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In preparation for next Saturday’s big sale, here are ten titles we'll be wanting to pick up. Happy hunting!
Does this forgotten Canadian action-horror movie starring Dolph Lundgren qualify as “so bad it’s good” or is it just plain bad?
Pat Mullen talks to Level 16 director Danishka Esterhazy about sci-fi, fantasy, and horror movies, the challenges and pleasures of building a world from scratch, and how the conversation around #MeToo will inevitably add to the film’s impact.
Director Amy C. Elliott examines the Yellowknife tradition of scavenging the local garbage dump in her new documentary Salvage, which just had its SXSW premiere.
Youngblood certainly still knows how to rile up a crowd, but is incredibly dated with its attitudes about our national pastime and particularly the violence that can erupt out of it.
There’s an interesting story to be told about the men and women working behind the scenes in the superhero genre, but is Henchmen that movie?
The 18th annual Whistler Film Festival (WFF) recently announced its fantastic 2018 film lineup. And we've got full details!
You can call Liam Neeson, Mr. Plow, by the way this protagonist clears a vengeful path straight through his Rocky Mountain resort community in Cold Pursuit.
Reel Asian, Toronto's annual celebration of pan-Asian cinema, has announced its 2018 slate.
The series finale of The Terror manages to make the loss of the Franklin Expedition palpable, heartwrenching and very real.
Fresh meat is back on the menu as we bid farewell to many beloved characters on this week's episode of The Terror.
Fitzjames and Crozier bond, Hickey's evil nature is revealed, and an uninvited guest crashes a fog covered court martial on another fantastic episode of AMC's The Terror.
On the latest episode of The Terror, there’s a skeleton crew aboard ship, skeletal seamen sledging for rescue, and skeletons in Mr. Hickey’s closet.