Zombieland: Double Tap sees the Zombieland cast return to inflict more zombie-thrashing mayhem.
It seems harder and harder to find movies that can balance style and substance, fortunately Riley Stearns' new film The Art of Self Defense – starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots – does so perfectly.
Director Kim Nguyen's The Hummingbird Project is a post-financial crisis thriller where success or failure literally hinge on milliseconds. But does a strong premise and two great leads mean a bear market or a bull market?
As shadows continue to be cast on Woody Allen's personal life, his movies have gone from intellectual badges to guilty pleasures, and there's lots of pleasure to be had in Café Society.
Win tickets to see Now You See Me 2 on Wednesday, June 8th in Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Halifax, Hamilton or Nanaimo courtesy of eOne films!
We look back at Toronto ComiCon, review Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and speak with Pop Mythology‘s Daniel Jun Kim.
Batman v Superman is Zack Snyder's messy vision through and through, but he sticks to his guns and manages to retroactively improve Man of Steel.
Enter to win a copy of American Ultra on Blu-ray courtesy of Elevation Pictures!
American Ultra comes out on Blu-ray today, we break down the disc and its special features to help you decide of it's "Shelf-Worthy".
Louder Than Bombs TIFF 2015 review
American Ultra could have easily fallen into the category of farcical tripe, but this stoner spy spoof is saved by good performances and surprising style.
To celebrate the release of American Ultra we're giving out passes to advanced screenings across Canada AND some super rad prize packs!
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Night Moves on DVD, courtesy of Pacific Northwest Pictures.
Although a taut thriller like Night Moves is a change of pace for normally minimalist director Kelly Reichardt, it's even more thrilling thanks to her knack for slow burning character work.
We talk to Night Moves director Kelly Reichardt about the genre aspects of her films, the temperament and contradictions of her characters, and why her films always feel rooted in specific moments.