A top-notch cast in fine form can't save the befuddling Mother, Couch, a story that is at once both too literal and too obscure.
Liz Tigelaar's miniseries tackles delicate topics like grief, regrets, and dysfunctional relationships with raw honesty.
Kyra Sedgwick's directorial debut, Space Oddity, poses the question: if you had the chance to head to space and leave all your Earthly problems behind, would you?
Riceboy Sleeps filmmaker Anthony Shim and Actress Choi Seung-yoon chat with Alexandra Staseson at VIFF 2022.
An interview with Riceboy Sleeps director Anthony Shim and star Choi Seung-yoon about their powerful film about a Korean-Canadian family.
Olivia Cooke, Kenneth Branagh, and William Shatner star in Fireheart, a feel-good family film with charm to spare.
Pixar’s latest animated feature Luca is a visually dazzling coming-of-age story that celebrates childhood friendships.
Netflix’s upcoming family adventure film Finding 'Ohana looks custom-made to please Goonies fans.
Waves, the exhilarating third feature film from Trey Edward Shults distills life’s highs and lows into a profound cinematic experience.
Robert Downey Jr. is the latest actor to portray Doctor Dolittle, a man with a special gift that allows him to speak with animals.
This week James and Yaw wanted to do something special for the season: a reimagining of the holiday classic Home Alone!
Dork Shelf's Susan Stover joins the Dev Slate guys to tackle a reboot of The Secret World of Alex Mack!
In part one of the Dev Slate board game challenge, James challenges Yaw to adapt Hungry Hungry Hippos for the big screen.
This week James and Yaw talk about one of James’ childhood favourites, a perfect film for the season: Critters.
There are more great games that anyone can play, but that doesn't mean that everyone will want to.