19 Dec 2018

Film Review: BLOOD, SWEAT AND TERRORS

The anthology: cinema’s answer to those of us with pitifully short attention spans. I love a good anthology, they are a great way to experience multiple directors visions in one feature. Unless they regularly attend film festivals, movie goers most likely miss out on short films, so anthologies are a

Erin Grant 0
11 Jun 2018

CONTEST: THE HURRICANE HEIST iTUNES GIVEAWAY (Canada only, sorry!)

It’s that time again….. CONTEST TIME! The always awesome folks at D Films Corp are giving Canadians the chance to check out one of the craziest films of the year…for free! What’s THE HURRICANE HEIST all about? A heist during a hurricane! More specifically….. “Thieves attempt a massive heist against

Amy 0
05 Feb 2018

FILM REVIEW: LOCK IN – (1 of 3 SHORT FILMS)

It’s always amazing when you attend a film festival and you walk away remembering a short film, rather than a feature. It’s no mystery to anyone that attends film festivals, that often times the short film programs are the first to sell out. With the advancements in technology, as well

Andy Breslow 0
30 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: MAYHEM (TORONTO AFTER DARK)

MAYHEM played at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival this month. My schedule did not allow me to go see it when it played in the theatre, so I watched it at home.  Before I delve deeper (and reveal some spoilers) I will say this: If you get the chance

Amy 0
27 Oct 2017

FILM REVIEW: THE VILLAINESS (TORONTO AFTER DARK)

THE VILLAINESS (originally titled Ak-Nyeo) opens with one of the most badass fight scenes in recent memory. Seriously, the opening number (which feels like a single first-person shot) opens with such fire and fury that it’s almost nauseating. I mean that in the best of ways. Playing at this year’s

Andy Breslow 0