Armed with everything he learned over his career, Eli Roth's positioned to deliver the next great holiday horror classic with Thanksgiving.
Chief Film Critic Jason Gorber spoke to director Todd Haynes about May December, a darkly comic tale of lust, possession and obsession. Watch now!
Broomfield provides a testament to Brian Jones' genius, and this is indeed a lament for a young victim of the sex, drugs, and rock and roll era but this new documentary doesn’t really fulfill its promise of revealing surprising information.
Trolls is the franchise that doesn't end. It just goes on and on, my friend.
Promising young woman Emerald Fennell doesn't quite stick the landing with Saltburn her sophomore feature starring Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elordi, and Rosamund Pike.
Designer $hit: A Microbiome Love Story isn't your typical documentary – it's a rollercoaster of emotions, science, self-discovery, and... poop.
Jason Gorger stops by CBC's Metro Morning to discuss Alexander Payne's latest, The Holdovers, and how lead actor Paul Giamatti may just have delivered his best performance yet.
That Shelf hit the premiere of new Canadian comedy Who's Yer Father. Find out what filmmaker Jeremy Larter, producer Jenna MacMillan, and stars Chris Locke & Susan Kent had to say.
We sat down with The Marvels composer Laura Karpman to talk about what makes for strong music in the MCU!
We Really Like Her's Emily Gagne & Danita Steinberg take us behind their November pick, Lizzie Borden's Working Girls! Celebrate the 4k restoration with them on Nov. 15!
The Marvels seeks to dethrone The Guardians of the Galaxy as the MCU's wackiest series.
Sean Menard’s new documentary, 299 Queen Street West, is a must-watch for music fans that taps into our love of nostalgia.
The Rent actor opens up about his new Canadian indie and the soundtrack of his youth.
Clair Titley's documentary The Contestant tells the horrific story of Japan's Denpa Shonen: A Life in Prizes, a hit reality show that saw comedian Nasubi spend 15 months alone in a room.
effrey Wright gives a wryly funny performance in Cord Jefferson's crowd-pleaser about identity politics, American Fiction.