Kjarten Hewitt and Cody Crain join Jeremy for Chinatown!
Her immense career still goes strong as she has not lost the desire to take chances with artistically adventurous directors, and keeping up with her filmography is no easy task (I’ve been trying for years) but the Criterion Channel’s collection, despite not including her one Oscar-nominated performance, covers her most notable work and is the best summation yet of a classic star.
Daniel of Movies vs. Matrimony & Spoiled Rotten joins Jeremy for THE PIANIST!
Join us for week one of SCHLOCKTOBER as the boys cover some of their favourite horror movie scores. This week, Krzysztof Komeda's weird jazz score to "Rosemary's Baby"!
The new Criterion Blu-ray treatment of 1969's Downhill Racer proves that this underrated classic was much more than a sports film.
MacBeth (Roman Polanski, 1971) – Roman Polanski’s cinematic adaptation of Macbeth is a fascinating movie for a number of reasons beyond its actual content. It was (along with the Monty Python greatest hits project And Now For Something Completely Different) the first film produced by Playboy despite a complete lack of eroticism. It’s also the […]
We take a look at some of the best goings on in Toronto this Halloween from movies, to TV, to theatre, and one really kick ass party. And we might have some surprises in store... if you dare.
Just in time for your Black Friday holiday shopping sprees, Phil Brown takes a look at some of the biggest classics for film buffs and genre buffs that are currently on Blu-ray retailer shelves: Lawrence of Arabia, E.T., They Live, Dark Star, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, Sunset Boulevard, and Rosemary's Baby,
This week brings four DVD re-issues all dealing with various sorts of modern problems: Chinatown, The Terrorists, Modern Problems, and the entire series of Alf.