White Boy Rick TIFF 2018 Review.
Alex Garland's new sci-fi thriller Annihilation has a lot going for it – from a strong cast to stunning visuals – but it ultimately feels lacking in some ways.
We speak with Ex Machina writer/director Alex Garland about his new sci-fi film Annihilation, working with Natalie Portman and Oscar Isaac, and more!
Annihilation opens across Canada February 23rd but you and a guest can attend an early screening in Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal courtesy of Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures!
The new Netflix comedy series Atypical focuses on a teenager with high-functioning autism and his journey to find love. But while the premise may be fruitful, the series fails to provide a meaningful and dynamic story.
There’s no such thing as a Charlie Kaufman movie designed to be watched only once and Anomalisa is certainly no exception, so we took a look at the brand new Blu-ray and its extras.
Dork Shelf and Paramount Pictures want to send you to an advanced screening of Anomalisa in Toronto, Ottawa, or Montreal!
Quentin Tarantino once again combines genres and influences to create something uniquely his own with The Hateful Eight
For this very special contest, we're giving readers in Toronto and Vancouver a chance to see Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight 70mm "Roadshow" cut before it's December 25th release!
Anomalisa TIFF 2015 Review
Another odd ball double feature from Shout Factory, Easy Money and Men At Work are a couple non-essential yet fun 80s/early 90s comedies that certainly aren't without their charms.
It’s unlikely that Kristin Wiig's surreal comedy Welcome To me will have much mainstream success in theaters, but this sucker has “future cult favorite” written all over it.
James Ponsoldt's The Spectacular Now is the most authentic depiction of what it means to be a teenager since Cameron Crowe's landmark Say Anything. It's so adept at conveying youthful awkwardness, petulance, and regret, and how every moment in a teenagers life could signify the end of their comfortable world that it could practically incite post traumatic stress memories in those who watch it. The aching and longing at the heart of this bracing work is the kind that informs the rest of a young person's life for better or worse, and it's all done entirely free of cliche or artifice.