Justin Long

Barbarian Review: A Surprisingly Twisty Shocker

Appearances are not what they seem with the new horror movie Barbarian. Rarely does a horror movie so surprising come along that even discussing the finer plot points would spoil the effect. Filled not with red herrings, but with a unique story, Barbarian will delight genre fans, offering something that was perhaps unexpected.

Tusk Review

It's still a wealth of untapped potential, but Tusk is still Kevin Smith's most intriguing film in close to a decade.

TIFF 2014: Tusk Review

Tusk Midnight Madness A melding of Kevin Smith’s comedic sensibilities with the dark weirdness that permeated his last effort, Red State, Tusk might be the oft hockey jersey clad auteur’s most ambitious and thoughtful project yet. It’s not without its flaws, but Smith has clearly reached the “I just don’t give a fuck” portion of […]

For a Good Time, Call… Review

Acting almost like the pottymouthed big sister of this year's Magic Mike, For a Good Time, Call... sends the summer out on a high note with witty banter, sly observations, and great performances.


Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of For a Good Time Call... in Toronto on Thursday, August 23rd at 7pm with director Jamie Travis, actress Ari Graynor, actress and co-writer Lauren Miller, and co-writer Katie Ann Nelson in attendance courtesy of Dork Shelf and Alliance Films

Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell Trailer Online

You can chalk this post up as an excuse to post a picture of the lovely Alison Lohman.  Yahoo Movies has posted the trailer for Drag Me to Hell, the latest film from director Sam Raimi, his first non-Web Crawler film in nearly a decade.  Raimi who wrote and directed the three Spider-Man films, as […]