Blood in the Snow programmer Carolyn Mauricette shares her picks for Women to Watch at the festival, happening in Toronto beginning November 22nd.
Andy Burns is the Interactive Content Editor for SiriusXM Canada, and has been the Editor-In-Chief of the pop culture website Biff Bam Pop! since its inception in 2008. Andy's book, Wrapped In Plastic: Twin Peaks, was published in 2015 by ECW Press. His next book, on Stephen King's The Stand, will be published by Cemetery Dance in 2018.
It should be a magical time at the box office this weekend, as the second instalment of the Fantastic Beasts franchise enters the pre-Christmas fray.
Andy Burns and The Princess went to Nintendo’s Holiday Party, where they tried out new games and talked to Nintendo of Canada’s Communication Manager, Andrew Collins.
Stan Lee passed away today at the age of 95.
There was nothing naughty about The Grinch’s success this weekend, as the new animated film found families flocking to theatres.
If the new Halloween film showed us anything, it’s that a mass audience is ready and willing to come out to see a classic horror franchise rebooted.
Families aren’t going to be grumpy this weekend, as The Grinch is hitting theatres just in time for the holidays. He’s a naughty one, to be sure.
A brief appreciation of U2: Rattle and Hum, which turned 30 years old this weekend, and presented the band on tour supporting The Joshua Tree.
Magnifico – that’s the perfect word to use for the debut weekend of Bohemian Rhapsody, the long-in-gestation biopic that tells the story of Queen and their awe-inspiring lead singer, Freddie Mercury.
Thanks to the music that inspires it, and the outstanding performances from all involved. Bohemian Rhapsody delivers majesty worthy of the name Queen.
After more than a decade in development, Bohemian Rhapsody is finally here, bringing with it Rami Malek in the role of rock’s greatest frontman.
The Boogie Man came knocking, and audiences were quick to open the door for a second weekend in a row.