Carly Chaikin joins Jeremy for Goodfellas!
Chantel Riley joins Jeremy for Taxi Driver!
On this week's episode, Kevin Costner reminds us of our moral obligation to shoot at people who drink alcohol. Join us in the Prohibition era as we listen to the legendary Ennio Morricone's score for The Untouchables.
This week, we're on a Midnight Run with special guest Tony DeGroot -- Aaron's dad! Finally, a podcast that doesn't bring shame to the family. Much.
On this episode of Black Hole Films, Dani Kind joins Jeremy to watch Raging Bull!
On the new episode of Black Hole Films, Kate Johnston joins host Jeremy LaLonde to watch Mean Streets.
It's Pisces season! Pisces' are the dreamers of the Zodiac, full of intense emotions, they are attuned to vibes that can’t be seen with just your eyes. Here is a list of top ten movies to ease you into the energies of the season.
Kristin Booth joins Jeremy to watch SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK and have a truly honest conversation about mental health in their own lives.
De Niro goes full perv in his latest comic misfire Dirty Grandpa... and nobody's laughing.
Gone are the days when DeNiro appearing in a film meant it was probably worth your time, yet Heist proves that he's still enough of a draw to get schlock like this theatrical distribution.
While he continues to court the mainstream following the success of The Fighter, director David O. Russell and Bradley Cooper in the best performance of his career help make Silver Linings Playbook one of the best Hollywood portrayals of mental illness to date, even if the film's final third is a really standard sort of romantic comedy.
This week we look at the heavily anticipated DVD and Blu-ray releases of Moonrise Kingdom and Prometheus, which lead off a crowded week where we also look at the Adam Sandler comedy That's My Boy, and four partially Canadian productions: the complete series of The Firm, Red Lights, Surviving Progress, and Crooked Arrows
As TIFF 2012 finishes up its first weekend, our ongoing coverage looks at The Master, To the Wonder, High Park on Hudson, End of Watch, Aftershock, Sightseers, The Crimes of Mike Recket, No One Lives, and Midnight's Children.
Red Lights squanders a great concept, good performances, and wonderful atmosphere in favour of a twist ending so wrongheaded and incoherent that it kills and sets fire to everything that came before it.
This week's archival DVD column takes a look at various people of different backgrounds struggling to find themselves, as we look at Martin Scorsese's debut, Mean Streets, a pair of films from Whit Stillman, the first season of the UK TV show The Inbetweeners, and Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law