This week's Shelf Pick is Alex Chung's CONTRACTS, a fast-paced and hyper-violent action movie that features some incredibly inventive choreography.
One woman's quest for revenge becomes a twisting, mind-bending rabbit-hole in director Pasquale Marco Veltri's moody psychological thriller Drowning – now on VOD!
States is now available on home video.
F*** You All: The Uwe Boll Story examines the prolific career of one cinema’s most reviled filmmakers.
Interested in politics or history and looking to learn more about the Israel-Palestine conflict? We recommend checking out Wrestling Jerusalem, actor/director Aaron Davidman's 2016 stage adaptation exploring the complexities of the conflict in an incredibly unique way.
It's the darkest and most chilling time of year – the perfect season to take in a homegrown thriller like ICE BLUE.
Our behind the scenes look at A Sunday Kind of Love, a new romantic comedy opening in Toronto at the Carlton April 15th.
We talk to filmmakers Jason and Brett Butler about their $1,000 budgeted dark comedy Mourning Has Broken and about expanding the film to feature length, how they kind of bluffed their way through their initial pitch with producer Ingrid Veninger, their collaboration with actor Robert Nolan, and how they like to keep audiences guessing.
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