Here are ten upcoming films based on books to help you plan your summer reading list.
Justin Kurzel has no interest in a by-the-numbers biography, feeling free to indulge in anachronisms for his punk rock period piece that intersects at legend and rumour.
Saul Pincus joins Jeremy to watch THRONE OF BLOOD and dig deep into what it’s like to be a cinephile in 2019 when streaming services threaten to change it all.
In Chapter 44 of House of Cards, fever dreams tickle the conscience of the king while the world on the outside keeps on spinning.
Chapter 43 of House of Cards is all about math. Math and bullets.
House of Cards Chapter 42 is a veritable showdown between Frank and Claire over who is the strongest Underwood.
The phrase “If you love something let it go" takes on new meaning in Chapter 41 of House of Cards.
House of Cards returns and things have some how become even more rotten in the District of Columbia.
We speak to writer Mairghread Scott about Toil and Trouble, the new BOOM! Studios miniseries weaving together the story of Macbeth from the perspective of the three witches.
MacBeth (Roman Polanski, 1971) – Roman Polanski’s cinematic adaptation of Macbeth is a fascinating movie for a number of reasons beyond its actual content. It was (along with the Monty Python greatest hits project And Now For Something Completely Different) the first film produced by Playboy despite a complete lack of eroticism. It’s also the […]
This week, the TIFF Bell Lightbox brings audiences a mini-retrospective of films from famed and controversial American auteur Orson Welles (including a never before seen in Canada early work) that shows the man was more than just Citizen Kane and his sad late career selling out.