Bloodsport Film Review

BLOODSPORT (1988) Director - Newt Arnold Writer – Shelby Lettich Starring – Jean-Claude Van Damme, Donald Gibb, Leah Ayres, Bolo Yeung, Forest Whitaker There was once a Karateka...

We Still Kill the Old Way Film Review

  WE STILL KILL THE OLD WAY (2014) Directed by         Sacha Bennett Produced by         Neil Jones, Adam Stephen Kelly, Rod Smith, Jonathan Sothcott Starring            Ian Ogilvy, Alison Doody, Lysette Anthony,...

Spike Island & The Stone Roses: For All of Us Outside the Gates

By Jacqueline Howell What a time to be alive for Stone Roses /Manchester/ 80s "Indie" music fans. While good music has always struggled to find the sunlight through...

AGO to host first museum retrospective of filmmaker Guillermo del Toro

Big news for Toronto's passionate legions of film lovers: The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) will present the only Canadian appearance of a new exhibition...

Weekend Links & News Round Up

Weekend news is our new weekend feature where we round up news & links of the past week and curated from our favourite, noteworthy and...

Weekend Links & News Round Up

Time to launch our new weekend feature from where we round up news & links from all over the web that may be silly...

On Popular Culture: Does Context Matter Anymore?

The oh-too-easy lure of the YouTube Black Hole can take you down anytime defenses are lowered and procrastination has had even four minutes to percolate. Somehow,...

Film Diaries: A Film A Day – The Maid

Introducing our new original column -Film Diaries: A Film A Day - Part 1 The Maid (La Nana) 2009 Directed by Sebastian Silva Starring Catalina Saavedra,...

How Chris Rock Gave The Oscars Social & Cultural Relevance Again, Even if Some...

Before the world knew and loved Chappelle, and he perfected a brand of comedy that is sublime in its exact timbre of exploration of...

What We Do in the Shadows: Fresh Blood in the Vampire Canon

What We Do in the Shadows (2014, New Zealand, Australia; 2015 U.S. Release) Written, Directed and Produced by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. Starring Jemaine Clement,...

The Year in Film: An Expanding Point of View

By Jacqueline Howell 2015 was a remarkable year in film for its expanding narrative POVs, despite the January grumpiness that begins to colour everything. Critics and...

2015: Five of the Best Films

Five of the Best Films of 2015 by Tony Hinds As the Oscar discussions and predictions begin to dominate entertainment news, it's a reminder that the year...