Emily Hampshire

That Burning Feeling Review

Thanks to a great cast and a solidly witty script, the raunchy rom-com That Burning Feeling rises above its modest and sometimes contrived trappings.

The Returned Review

The Spanish-Canadian co-production The Returned offers an interesting spin on the zombie film, even if it does play a bit like a fourth sequel to Danny Boyle’s take on the genre that skips over “months” and simply goes to 28 YEARS Later.

In Brief: All the Wrong Reasons & Blue is the Warmest Color

As our film editor continues to play catch up after a crazy couple of weeks for new releases, he takes a look at the Canadian drama All the Wrong Reasons (co-starring the late Cory Monteith) and the heavily talked about French romance Blue is the Warmest Color. The movies might be vastly different, but his opinion is the same on both: They're just okay.

My Awkward Sexual Adventure Review

It's sometimes too episodic for its own good, but the filthy minded and good natured sex farce My Awkward Sexual Adventure works towards saving Canadian cinema from becoming too serious.

Contest: Win Cosmopolis on DVD!

Enter for a chance to win one of five copies of David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis on DVD or one grand prize of a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack of the film, a copy of Don DeLilo's novel, the film's soundtrack, and a mini-poster signed by David Cronenberg and actors Robert Pattinson, Paul Giamatti, Sarah Gadon, Emily Hampshire, and Kevin Durand!

EFM 2011: Good Neighbours Review

Jacob Tierney’s third feature film, Good Neighbours, adds a distinctly Canadian twist on a classic Hitchcock-style thriller, envisioning a cold, claustrophobic world in which no one can be either trusted or in many ways resisted. Set in 1995 during the Quebec referendum, the film spies on three Anglophone residents of an apartment block who try to find friendship merely through proximity and language.