Original, innovative, and frightening, The Night House is the communal viewing horror experience that we've missed terribly.
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to one of three advance screenings of The Night House, starring Rebecca Hall, in either Toronto, Montreal, or Vancouver.
Here are ten upcoming films based on books to help you plan your summer reading list.
Attack of the Titans delivers kaiju-on-kaiju spectacle in overabundance.
Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga beguile in Rebecca Hall's elegant directorial debut Passing.
Dune, Halloween Kills, and Candyman are among the films that have us most excited for 2021.
The Criterion Channel has put together small collections of films by noted filmmakers past and present, choosing three each to represent the essence of their work.
Teen Spirit is a tale as old as time – uundiscovered talent (Elle Fanning) yearns to escape her dull and dreary life and sing for the masses – told sparingly and skillfully by writer-director Max Minghella.
The BFG is the first Disney film directed by Steven Spielberg and delivers the blend of classic storytelling and modern moviemaking we hoped it would.
Win tickets to a 3D advanced screening of Disney's The BFG in Edmonton, Whitby, or Mississauga. Disney's The BFG opens across the country on Canada Day.
Joel Edgerton directs and stars in the new thriller The Gift opening August 7. We're giving away passes to advance screenings in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Calgary!
Transcendence (Wally Pfister, 2014) – More than anything else, Transcendence is a lesson in how tone can kill a movie. The premise is goofy, the science is half-cocked, and the message is obvious. However, it is a blockbuster, so those things wouldn’t matter quite so much if it were bright, colorful, and silly. But Transcendence […]
On this episode we review Transcendence starring Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall and Paul Bettany. We also speak with Kevin Hanchard of Orphan Black about what to expect in season two.
Transcendence is so universally awful and painful to sit through that it becomes the rare kind of film where partway through you keep questioning if it’s worse than other similarly abysmal misfires.
Short on enthusiasm and originality, the legal thriller Closed Circuit wastes a talented cast, writer, and director on something that's been done to death. The film isn't merely ill conceived. It feels like it was cloned in a lab.