We spoke to filmmaker Clark Johnson (S.W.A.T.) about his latest film Percy, a bucolic story of a Saskatchewan farmer (Christopher Walken) battling Big Ag, his work on The Wire, creative life during the pandemic, and more.
TT the Artist's film is more than a love letter to her hometown, it is a celebratory declaration of the city's artistic culture.
On this episode of Tuned In, Peter and Susan turn their eye to crime and shows like Better Call Saul, Narcos, Weeds, and Breaking Bad.
Despite Hideo Kojima's undeniable ambition, Metal Gear Solid remains a juvenile series that does not function as serious drama.
David Simon’s new HBO miniseries, Show Me a Hero, could not have come at a better time.
HBO Canada's Toronto Pop-Up Shop is small and filled with goodies.
Actress International Spectrum The actual point of director Robert Greene and actress Brandy Burre (best known for a recurring role on The Wire) is hard to discern, but intriguing to think about. Probably one of the only films to ever cross mumblecore fictional filmmaking with a documentary profile piece, the one thing that is for […]
Director Matthew Cooke’s documentary-slash-mock infomercial-slash-fake video game tip guide How to Make Money Selling Drugs is one of the most off beat, irreverent, and well researched takes on a serious political, economic, and social issue to come around in quite some time.
Actor Michael K Williams was in Toronto this week - and we were lucky enough to sit down with him to talk about Boardwalk Empire, his upcoming role on NBC's Community, and his love for Game of Thrones.
Michael DeForge is a busy dude. At the Toronto Comic Arts Festival this weekend, DeForge will debut two comic books, an art book, a porn-anthology that he co-edited, and he's featured as an artist in a third anthology. DeForge has also emerged as one of Canada's most celebrated young comic book artists. He kindly agreed to chat with us this week about his new comics, TCAF, immature Hotmail addresses, cable television and Toronto's best ethnic food.
Arrivals, false glory and palace intrigue are the primary concerns of the third instalment of HBO's Game of Thrones. The episode is entitled “Lord Snow”, though Jon Snow plays a relatively minor role in the episode as a whole, and is not technically a nobleman. Following the Stark family's arduous journey from Winterfell, the episode begins with Ned's uncomfortable arrival in King's Landing, where he assumes the title of Hand of the King.
Jeff, Will and Zack hit up the Toronto Underground Cinema last week for Son of Kung Fu Fridays and ended up recording a post-fu podcast with some of the gents from the Chinatown theatre. For this episode we were joined by returning guest Peter Kuplowsky, Underground manager and amateur Van Morrison impersonator Alex Woodside, and Morgan White, creator of the The Rep — the excellent web-series based on the theatre.