William Brownridge

Raised on a healthy diet of Star Wars and every horror film on a video store shelf, Will has been watching movies since before he was able to talk. Inspired by an ever growing passion for film, and the occasional mind control experiment, Will began writing film review on his personal blog, The Film Reel. When the mind control experiments actually worked, he was able to secure a position with Toronto Film Scene. He now waits patiently in the TFS basement for October to come every year, when his love for horror films finally pays off.

To Be Takei review

Review: To Be Takei

Although best known for his role on the original Star Trek series as Sulu, George Takei has also been working in politics, built a…

Coldwater review

Review: Coldwater

At the request of his mother, teenager Brad Lunders (P.J. Boudousqué) is taken to a juvenile wilderness reform camp. Led by retired Colonel Frank…

Hard Drive review

Review: Hard Drive

Ditch (Douglas Smith) is a young man with no future. He’s never met his father and he still lives with his mother (Megan Follows),…

The Anonymous People review

Review: The Anonymous People

Ever since the creation of Alcoholics Anonymous recovery has been something that many people have needed, but very few were willing to talk about….

Elena review

Review: Elena

Elena travels from Brazil, to New York City, to pursue her dream of acting. She leaves behind her family and little sister Petra. As…

Anita review

Review: Anita

In 1991, Anita Hill accused Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment during a previous time that Hill worked for Thomas. The outrageous…

Breastmilk review

Review: Breastmilk

It seems like the easiest solution. You have a child, and you breastfeed; however, this is one of the most difficult aspects of raising…

Citizen Koch review

Review: Citizen Koch

The Citizens United ruling in the U.S. allowed corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money to rally for, or against, a candidate. Although they…

A Master Builder review

Review: A Master Builder

Master builder Halvard Solness (Wallace Shawn), whose reputation is only surpassed by his ego, lays close to death, but he’s still clutching onto one…