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Good Canadian Cinema?

When was the last time you saw a good Canadian film? How many Canadian films can most people even name? Maybe that’s because unlike music and television, there are no government enforced quotas for Canadian content in our movie theatres, allowing Hollywood to dominate our screens. the city’s newest rep theatre, the Toronto Underground Cinema is taking long overdue measures to remedy this. Starting this Thursday, the Underground is dedicating all 8 of its weekend screenings to great Canadian films.

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Under the Dome Review

Last November I was privileged enough to witness a rare meeting of the minds and report on it for Dork Shelf. Cronenberg looks under King’s Dome detailed the filmmaker’s interview with Stephen King in front of a giddy audience at Toronto’s Canon Theatre. Although they covered many subjects it was primarily a promotional event for […]

Cronenberg looks under King’s Dome

This past Thursday night I was treated to a very special surprise: last minute tickets to an evening with Stephen King. I estimate that no one has written a larger portion of my lifetime’s reading than this man. And as an added bonus, he was interviewed by my favourite Canadian filmmaker, David Cronenberg. I didn’t […]

Cronenberg Remaking The Fly… Again?

The Risky Biz Blog is reporting that Canadian director David Cronenberg is set to remake his own 1986 film The Fly.  Cronenberg’s original version of The Fly was itself a remake of a 1958 film of the same name. The 1986 Fly starred Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis, and was arguably Cronenberg’s breakout movie.  The […]

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Video Blog and Wright Stuff

The first behind-the-scenes video blog for Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World has been posted on the film’s official site.  Director Edgar Wright gives a tour of the studio as the cast practices fight choreography.  Scott Pilgrim is based on the eponymous series of graphic novels and is currently filming in Toronto. Also, since Edgar Wright […]