Ben and Daniel spoil Daredevil season 3 and discuss the latest Star Wars and Avatar news!
Director Nijla Mu'min's coming-of-age drama Jinn isn’t the most polished film to come out of SXSW this year, but it is one of the most promising.
The Day of The Jackal is one of the ultimate political thrillers, finally available on Blu-ray in North America. Its visceral sense of realism is rarely seen in cinema and has been the standard bearer in this genre for nearly 45 years.
David Gordon Green's Halloween is easily the best movie to feature Michael Myers since the 1978 original. Yes, it is that good.
Director Issa López’s horror fairytale Tigers Are Not Afraid opened the 13th annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival this week, and it hit with an emotional wallop.
First Man is a supreme tribute not only to the space race, but to one of the most fascinating and misunderstood figures of the 20th century.
After the complex ins and outs of The Cabin in the Woods, fans will be expecting a lot from Drew Goddard's latest film Bad Times at the El Royale, and with just cause. Does it deliver?
Jason Gorber chats with CBC Radio about the 1937, 1954, 1976 and 2018 versions of A Star is Born.
What do you get when you make a Spider-Man spinoff with out a trace of Spider-Man? You get Venom, one of the most unusual comic book blockbusters produced by the genre. Read our full review.
Great music, great performances, a doomed love story with plenty of heart on display, A Star is Born really is a triumph, a reminder that sometimes playing the hits can really bring the house down.