Sachin Hingoo looks at ‘All Out,’ arguably the most important pay-per-view to date for fledgling company, All Elite Wrestling.
This piece was written by Sachin Hingoo, a freelance writer when he is not working at an office job that is purpose-built for paying the bills while he works as a freelance writer. His writing has appeared on Mcsweeneys.net, the CBC Street Level Blog, Ohmpage.ca, Popshifter.com, and The Midnight Madness Blog for the Toronto International Film Festival. He has also been featured at Toronto lecture series Trampoline Hall. His mutant power is 'feigning interest'.
‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ is a fantastical story of determination, friendship, and pro wrestling.
‘Villains’ allows four underrated actors to play a game of cat-and-mouse in a thriller with a surprising amount of heart.
‘Homewrecker’ draws a horrifying picture of what happens between two women when common courtesy overrides obvious behavioral red flags.
‘The Wretched,’ an official Fantasia 2019 selection, is an evocative film, unafraid to wave its witchiness in the viewer’s face.
The tale behind the famous ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ trilogy is sad, compelling, and the subject of Cody Meirick’s documentary, ‘Scary Stories.’
The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a story about people who are so achingly in love with their city, and want so desperately to weave themselves into its fibres but have been shut out.
Sachin Hingoo and Jeffery X Martin run down the movies they’re most excited about from this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival.
Gigi Saul Guerrero’s feature debut, ‘Culture Shock,’ is a terrifying look at immigration, which recently premiered at the Cinepocalypse Film Fest.
Lucky McKee’s suburban horror movie, ‘Kindred Spirits,’ brings an ominous air of murderous psychodrama to the Cinepocalypse Film Fest.
Cinepocalypse selection ‘Attack of the Demons’ uses a fascinating animation technique, but the story doesn’t quite hit its intended target audience.
‘The Dead Don’t Die,’ Jim Jarmusch’s meta zombie comedy, fills the screen with great characters, then kills most of them.