Major Theatrical, Reviews
Cover Story, Issue, July 2016 - Youth
by Raj-Kabir Birk
The relationship between the fetishistic possibilities of imagistic violence and its cyclicality...
by Ariel Fisher
by Andrew Parker
by Nicole Frangos
It’s easy to dismiss Robert Zemeckis’ Death Becomes Her (1992) as an example of the absurdity of...
by Jordan Adler
by Toronto Film Scene
French New Wave pioneer Eric Rohmer was always a writer first and a filmmaker second. Although he...
by Sean Kelly
by William Brownridge
by Andrew Parker | July 22, 2016
Summing up the plot of a film in the Ice Age franchise is something I could do in my sleep at this...
by Sean Kelly | July 14, 2016
by Katie O'Connor | July 8, 2016
by Andrew Parker | July 25, 2016
Rob Brown has spent the majority of his life in and out of prison. The Ojibwe man has drifted in...
by William Brownridge | July 22, 2016
by Katie O'Connor | July 22, 2016
Lord Jones is Dead begins with two rival journalists, Samuel (Chad Krawchuck, Man of Steel) and...
by William Brownridge | July 20, 2016
by William Brownridge | July 15, 2016
by Ada Wong | July 15, 2016
Old film purists can rest easy knowing that Bed of the Dead is not a remake in any way of the...
by Amanda Clarke | June 22, 2016
by Jordan Adler | June 21, 2016
by Andrew Parker | June 17, 2016