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.

The Boxtrolls review

Review: The Boxtrolls

A young boy (Isaac Hempstead Wright) is raised by a group of creatures who live underground. Called Boxtrolls by the locals, they believe that…

I Am Steve McQueen review

Review: I Am Steve McQueen

Even if you’ve never watched one film starring Steve McQueen, you’ve probably heard his name. The bad boy actor is most known for his…

Frontera review

Review: Frontera

Roy (Ed Harris), a retired Arizona sheriff, lives with his wife on a ranch close to the border. As his wife is out riding…

Moebius review

Review: Moebius

A wife (Lee Eun-Woo) has reached the end of her rope with her cheating husband (Cho Jae-Hyun). She fights with him as he accepts…

Spotlight On: Raindance Canada

Spotlight On: Raindance Canada

For aspiring¬†filmmakers in Canada, the process of making a movie can seem overwhelming. It’s not always as simple as grabbing your camera and shooting…

Honeymoon review

Review: Honeymoon

Bea (Rose Leslie) and Paul (Harry Treadaway) are a newlywed couple heading out for their honeymoon at a cottage owned by Bea’s family. The…

Coherence review

Review: Coherence

Eight friends gather for a dinner party on the same evening that a comet is passing overhead. Discussion turns to previous comets in history,…

The Maze Runner review

Review: The Maze Runner

Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) wakes up in a dark elevator, unable to remember anything about his life. When the elevator finally stops, Thomas finds himself…

Metro Manila review

Review: Metro Manila

Without enough money to buy the seed for next seasons crops, Oscar (Jake Macapagal) and his wife Mai (Althea Vega) take their two children…