Hot Docs Podcast Festival 2021 goes virtual Jan 27-29 and will celebrate “the podcasts and creators that keep us together while we’re apart.”
Ruth Wilson's Mrs. Coulter is a standout in a season that often fails to inspire the necessary awe and wonder.
New take on inventor Nikola Tesla serves the biopic genre for educational purposes, but not necessarily for entertainment.
Punk rock and horror go way, way back. Before Green Room and The Ranger, there were punks writhing naked on tombstones in Return of the Living Dead and The Ramones were singing about their lack of interest in being buried in a Pet Sematary. Uncle Peckerhead once again reunites punks and horror in a road […]
Join Late Night in the Studio host (and CBC’s head archivist) Nobu Adilman as he schools viewers on CBC’s bonkers fictional history.
From rediscovering old favourites, seeking out new VOD releases while cinemas are shuttered and finding gems on streaming platforms, there's plenty to watch at home.
This week's edition of The Criterion Shelf ranks the films in Criterion Channel's collection of films from Cannes 1968, which was cancelled mid-run.
Will Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' bring us back to theatres this summer?
Already being called the best horror film of 2020 (aside from the nightly news), Relic shook up the Sundance Film Festival in January and it will be coming to haunt your eyeballs on July 10. Here is the latest teaser trailer to whet your appetite. Enjoy!
A look back at the highs and lows of HBO's landmark series in terms of story and character.
Here are five Tiger King facts that you might not know even if you've watched the insane Netflix documentary series!
Marie Clements' feature dramatic debut is a marvel of a film.
The puzzle! The death! The turtlenecks!
"The Phantom Apprentice" is one of the greatest feats in Star Wars storytelling yet.
“Do you want to know your future?”