Liam Volke

Liam is a writer and actor with a BFA from the University of Victoria. His lifelong love affair with film began when he saw Jaws at the appropriate age of 4. He liked it so much that he set out to draw a storyboard for Jaws 2, only to discover to his disappointment years later that somebody had already beaten him to the punch. His next love affair was with Star Wars and Jurassic Park, which he watched at least once a day, much to the chagrin of his parents. Liam has written for online publications such as The West of West Review, and Numero Cinq, and keeps a blog on arts and culture called The Tower of Babble.


Review: The Railway Man

The Railway Man tells the story of Eric Lomax, a former British Army officer who was forced into a labour camp to help build…

Looking is the Original Sin

Review: Looking is the Original Sin

Looking is the Original Sin centres around a troubled relationship between Helene Truman (Maria Del Mar), a brilliant and unstable photographer, and her 19-year-old…


Review: GMO OMG

Most of us have heard of genetically modified organisms, at least in passing. the acronym GMO has entered the vernacular, but what exactly is…


REEL Indie 2013 Review: Musicwood

Musicwood is a documentary directed by Maxine Trump about a group of the world’s most famous acoustic guitar-makers brought together by Greenpeace to travel…

Much Ado About Nothing

Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing is a film full of love, sex, spying and scandal by director Joss Whedon and acclaimed screenwriter William Shakespeare. Don…


Review: Epic

Epic is about a teenage girl who finds herself caught in the middle of a massive battle between good and evil when she is…