Shudder’s 61 Days of Halloween annual event kicks off today with a pair of horror classics
Ben and Daniel revisit Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service!
Surveying the films of one of Hollywood's greatest directors, John Huston, in Criterion Channel's collection devoted to his work, including The Dead, Moby Dick, The African Queen, and Key Largo.
Dylan Penn upstages her two-time Oscar winning father, Sean, in his latest effort.
Candyman finally becomes the centre of his own story in Nia DaCosta's take on the urban legend with a descent into madness from Yahya Abdul-Mateen II worthy of Rosemary's Baby.
Get your first look at the teaser trailers for Spencer and The Power of the Dog ahead of their TIFF premieres.
If there is one takeaway, it is that Maggie Q is ready to own a big action franchise all on her own. Unfortunately, The Protégé is not it.
Jeremy and Jason Jones discuss An American in Paris!
A pulsing action thriller with the right amount of depth, Indemnity delivers the goods.
This week we venture into the weird world of stop-motion animation with special guest Elspeth "LP" McRobb of the Felons on Film podcast, as we discuss Paranorman and its delightful score by Jon Brion.
Ben and Daniel revisit X-Men: Days of Future Past!
Favourites from the festival circuit coming to TIFF include Titane, Flee, Jockey, and Bergman Island.
On the 35th anniversary of its release, That Shelf takes a retrospective look at Rob Reiner's coming-of-age masterpiece, "Stand By Me."
Original, innovative, and frightening, The Night House is the communal viewing horror experience that we've missed terribly.
There’s no getting around it, Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes is incredibly silly. So silly that many will be turned off by the first 10 minutes. But audiences should really just trust the process and ride it out. One of the most creative and inventive films at Fantasia Fest, Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes somehow […]