Our Series 2 Retrospective takes us into a vicious playoff bracket to determine which of our 16 scores from Series 2 reigns supreme. Buckle up, Bob.
This week, we go back to a time before even Alex was around to watch movies in order to review Max Steiner's groundbreaking score to 1933's King Kong.
Is Godzilla truly the King of the Monsters – or should he return to Monster Island?
Now that you've seen Ready Player One we’re going to catch you up on 10 of the coolest pop culture references that you may have missed.
Sorry Pacific Rim, Godzilla, and Jurassic World, Kong truly is King of the modern monster movie.
John Landis , known for directing comedy classics like The Blues Brothers, has a lifelong love of stop-motion animation, particularly the work of Ray Harryhausen.
To celebrate TIFF's upcoming Magic Motion: The Art of Stop-Motion Animation film retrospective we've assembled a list of some of the most important, impressive and interesting moments in the history of stop-motion animation.
Hungry for more human hunting games? Try these three movies on for size!
This Week in Dork is a new feature that will attempt to encapsulate all of the dorky events happening in and around Toronto every week. This week's highlights include a free Tim Burton Day at the Lightbox, a metalhead documentary, a classic monster movie and more!
The Eighth Wonder of the World returns to Toronto for One Nite Only! Plus shorts, cartoons and prizes from Rue Morgue Magazine! KING KONG (1933) Directed by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack Starring Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot and KONG Written by Merian C. Cooper and Edgar Wallace 100 mins | 16mm […]
When I was 10 years old my mother introduced my brother and me to Ray Harryhausen. We watched Jack the Giant Killer, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts and other films featuring Harryhausen’s amazing stop-motion effects. By this point in my life I was already well versed in the works of George […]