Roger Ebert

Life Itself Review

While it might not tell people who read Roger Ebert's memoir too much they didn't already know, the documentary Life Itself is a powerful work of deep empathy and human emotion that the late film critic could be proud of.

Thought Bubble: A Gamer’s Thank You to Roger Ebert

Given Roger Ebert’s well-publicized opinions about gaming’s (lack of) potential as an art form, some might find it strange to eulogize him in the context of video games. Personally, I think it’s important. While the many accounts of his unrivaled contributions to film are obviously well-deserved, Ebert had far more to offer the world than a couple of thumbs up or down.

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R.I.P. Roger Ebert

We are extremely saddened to learn of the passing of film critic Roger Ebert earlier today. Our Film and Performing Arts Editor takes some time out of his day to explain just how much Ebert meant to him and the person he has become today. We are forever grateful for the little bit of support he had given to our little Canadian outlet in the past. He will be missed.

Defending the Indefensible: Silent Night Deadly Night Parts 1 & 2

In this "holiday" themed edition of Defending the Indefensible, we look at the first two films in the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise, neither of which is particularly excellent (and in the case of the sequel not even remotely okay), but both of which have interesting points worth talking about.

This Week in DVD: 5/8/12

This week's DVD column is all over the map as takes on Underworld: Awakening, the horror remake Mother's Day, and the romantic drama The Vow, while Phil Brown takes a look at the almost unclassifiable Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.

The Sylvester Stalloeuvre: Sylveary Work, Part 2

This week, in our second installment in our series looking back at the works of Sylvester Stallone, Will Sloan takes a look at even more of the actor's pre-Rocky early work with Lords of Flatbush and Death Race 2000

If Movie Posters Used Bad Reviews

We all know movies put their best foot forward when it comes to poster blurbs.  Hollywood blockbusters are quick to use what Roger Ebert or A.O. Scott have to say about a movie, if it makes them look good.  But even if Ebert and his posse of real film critics don’t like a film, you’ll […]