Major Theatrical, Reviews
Cover Story, Issue, May 2016 - Religion
by Aren Bergstrom
Islam is an iconoclastic religion. Idols and icons are considered blasphemous and any images of...
by Raj-Kabir Birk
by Ariel Fisher
by Jordan Adler
by Toronto Film Scene
Well known Canadian director Alan Zweig turns his attention to the world of comedy, but not just...
by Andrew Parker
For his latest project, comedian, writer, and filmmaker Evan Rissi wants to deliver the most...
by William Brownridge
by Andrew Parker | June 24, 2016
In what struck many critics as a strange move, the twenty years in the making sequel Independence...
by Nicole Frangos | June 24, 2016
by Aren Bergstrom | June 24, 2016
by William Brownridge | June 24, 2016
by Jordan Adler | June 17, 2016
Cell, based on the bestselling novel by Stephen King, has had a troubled road to the big screen....
by Katie O'Connor | June 24, 2016
by Amanda Clarke | June 24, 2016
by William Brownridge | June 17, 2016
Burlesque performer Tempest Storm has spent over 50 years in the business, and her story is one...
by Andrew Parker | June 17, 2016
by Adam Sidsworth | June 10, 2016
by Andrew Parker | June 3, 2016
by Amanda Clarke | June 22, 2016
In a poor 18th century town, nine of the most wealthy and influential residents hatch a plan to...
by Jordan Adler | June 21, 2016
by William Brownridge | June 16, 2016
by Adam Sidsworth | June 16, 2016