The best zombie flicks deliver plenty of gross-out moments, as well as thought-provoking themes, and Blood Quantum checks both boxes
TIFF 2019's Midnight Madness opener Blood Quantum is a Canadian zombie horror film set in an isolated Mi’gmaq community. Watch Jason Gorber's video review!
Blood Quantum TIFF 2019 Review: A clever zombie flick that goes for the jugular.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of one of the best Canadian films of the year, Rhymes for Young Ghouls, on DVD, courtesy of Dork Shelf, eOne Films, and CFC Features.
Playing catch up from last week (still), here are looks at two great Canadian films (Rhymes for Young Ghouls and Three Night Stand), a great documentary (12 O'Clock Boys), and a pair of middling romantic dramadeys (At Middleton and Brightest Star).
We talk to Rhymes for Young Ghouls director Jeff Barnaby his film’s recent successes, the mundane nature of small town life that can lead some to less than exemplary behaviour, treating even his villains as humans, the mixed reaction the film has received within the native film community, and why it was a no brainer to use a female protagonist to tell a deeply personal story that stays true to his own experiences.
Think 2013 was a weak year for Canadian cinema? Think again because most of the best work from this past year is merely being sat on for release this year. Our Film Editor looks at this year's TIFF Canada's Top Ten (kicking off this weekend) and the finest line-up of Canada's best to date.
The indigenous and aboriginal devoted film festival imagineNATIVE kicks off its 14th year in Toronto this coming Wednesday (October 16th through the 20th), and we take a look at several of the high profile features playing in what's shaping up to be a banner year for the festival.