On this week's episode, we return to a time when action movies were basically rated X but were still marketed to kids for some reason.
Shudder’s summer programming features loads of dead campers, a maniac cop, and an evil death cult.
Hollywood Suite’s July programming highlights include Juno, Pulp Fiction, and an “O Canada” spotlight.
Podcaster and film critic Jay Cluitt joins Courtney for Attack the Block!
Netflix’s coronavirus-era anthology film Homemade features shorts by Pablo Larraín, Gurinder Chadha, and Kristen Stewart.
Rob Hagans joins Jeremy for Dead Poet's Society!
This week we're back in the saddle with Marc Shaiman to discuss his score for City Slickers, a film about three miserable white dudes from the city approaching a midlife crisis. We can relate.
Ben and Daniel revisit Tim Burton's Batman Returns!
If you're looking for key works in the realm of arthouse cinema, Bil Antoniou and ThatShelf.com writers Pat Mullen, Rachel West, Colin Biggs and Barbara Goslawski have looked through the Channel's Permanent Gallery and put together list and reasons for why you should start with these.
Miss Juneteenth follows a struggling mother who enters her fourteen-year-old daughter in the same beauty pageant that she won as a teenager.
TIFF will host a special conversation on policing black lives on Tuesday and hold a Juneteenth screening and Q&A for Widows on Friday
Mark O’Brien joins Jeremy for Dressed to Kill!
Join us in the Series 5 opener as we discuss A.R. Rahman's tense, guitar-driven soundtrack from the film '127 Hours'.
Boys State: Hot Docs Members can watch the Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning film along with a live Q&A this Sunday at 4:30PM.
Twelve minutes into the movie, Colin Farrell gets in a helicopter and flies away, and frankly, we can't blame him because it’s all downhill from there.