Mike McPhaden, Kerry Kupecz & Jonathan Gross join Jeremy for Mad Max!
That Shelf's 100 favourite movies of the decade continues with a look at 2015!
What’s playing in Toronto this week? From the classic to the bizarre, from the backroom at Eyesore Cinema to the recently reopened Ontario Cinesphere, East End, West End, and everything in between, here are some of the best screenings taking place all over the city this week.
Revenge is a dish best served cold... And on the big screen! Here are the 15 Best Revenge Movies of All Time.
Ana-Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch is a solid sophomore effort, but one that lacks some of the fire of its predecessor, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
Doug Tilley reviews Charles Band's Metal Storm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn (1983) as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective!
Ana-Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch is a solid sophomore effort, but one that lacks some of the fire of its predecessor.
Doug Tilley reviews Charles Band's 3D post-apocalyptic horror film Parasite (1982) as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective.
This week we are joined by a hilarious co-host Andrew Ivimey to talk all the latest in film, TV, comics, and games!
Welcome to episode #4 of The Roundup with Elena & Meg! This week features our first co-host, Diana McCallum. Join us as we discuss the latest in film, TV, comics, and video games!
Welcome to episode #2 of The Roundup with Elena & Meg! This week we're talking Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Jurassic World, Denver Comic Con, DC Bombshells, Lumberjanes, The Witcher 3, and more!
Before seeing Mad Max: Fury Road this week, revisit the original Mad Max with Shout Factory's brand new pristine Blu-ray.
This week Gavin decides that he wants to see the villain from Mad Max: The Road Warrior, Lord Humungus, in a slightly diffrent role from his usual Ayatollah of Rock n' Rolla persona.
It is always difficult to jump into the middle of an on-going story. Superhero titles by Marvel and DC are broken down into six issue arcs and there are always two “new reader” points every year. Longer narratives, like Scalped or Fables, both amazing stories, can be nearly impossible to understand properly from just the latest weekly issue. Still, they are classic reads, and a primary reason why the trade paperback market keeps growing. Wasteland #30 was confusing at first for this novice to the title; yet, I immediately wanted to know more.