Xavier Dolan’s Mommy: A Mother and Son’s Unconditional Love

By Alex Gougeon Mommy (2014) Written/Directed by: Xavier Dolan Starring: Anne Dorval, Antoine-Olivier Pilon, Suzanne Clement Dominating the 3rd Canadian Screen awards and taking home the Jury Prize...

Tusk: Half Man, Half Walrus, 100% Disturbing

By Preston Corbell Kevin Smith delivers a shocking, grotesque and downright masterful look into a mad man's dream and an innocent man's nightmare. Tusk starts out...

The Babadook Review : Family Nightmare

By Chris Dagonas Grief, like tooth decay, starts on the inside. Unseen, it has time to expand and grow. If not treated, it can damage...

Movie Night: Harmontown

By Justin Rawana Harmontown Written/Directed by: Neil Berkeley Featuring: Dan Harmon, Jeff Bryan Davis, Erin McGathy, and Spencer Crittenden Against all odds and in affront to God, Chevy...

Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice: adapting Pynchon’s comedy and atmosphere

By Alex Gougeon  Inherent Vice (2014) Neo-Noir, Crime-Comedy Based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Pynchon Written/Directed by: Paul Thomas Anderson Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh...

The Oregonian’s unnerving style brings us into the horror

By Preston Corbell The Oregonian 2011, Horror. Director: Calvin Reeder The Oregonian offers something that a lot of independent horror films fall short of, that is,...

Movie Night: A Most Violent Year

By Justin Rawana Written/Directed by: J.C. Chandor Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, and David Oyelowo There’s a scene in Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather where everything changes...

Movie Night: A Most Violent Year

Each week, the Step On staff have a movie night. Here’s what we watched: By Justin Rawana Written/Directed by: J.C. Chandor Starring: Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain,...

What To Think of HBO’s The Jinx With Two Episodes Left

Robert Durst is a name that might ring a few bells. He’s the son of real estate mogul Seymour Durst. A movie, All Good Things,...

Film Review: Mayor of the Sunset Strip- What a long, strange, trip its been...

Mayor of the Sunset Strip - Director George Hickenlooper, 2003 This documentary and its subject matter are an anomaly. Rodney Bingenheimer is, 12 years after this documentary...

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