Review: Bruce LaBruce’s ‘Saint Narcisse’ is a Career Best

Bruce LaBruce’s ‘Saint Narcisse’is a compelling and provocative story, and has style for days along with one hell of a climax.

Make Unseen Connections By Reading “Rivers” On The Wednesday Run

We all hold strange and unseen connection to one another – none more so than what the internet and this digital age will eventually reveal!

TIFF 2021: Jean Luc Herbulot’s ‘Saloum’ Is Effortlessly Cool

Jean Luc Herbulot’s ‘Saloum’ is a story that feels both big (as in continent-spanning) and small (as in deeply personal) that can be compared to ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ or ‘Predator’, but feels entirely unique.

Rocket Towards The Sci-Fi Horror Of  ‘Primordial #1’ On The Wednesday Run

2001 meets JFK meets We3 in Primordial, a frighteningly revisionist history, sci-fi miniseries.

TIFF 2021: Jake Gyllenhaal Deftly Anchors Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Guilty’

In Antoine Fuqua’s The Guilty, Jake Gyllenhaal presents a layered character whose inner turmoil bleeds into his duty and desire to help a desperate family, and in doing so, perhaps redeem himself. 

TIFF 2021: Julia Ducournau’s ‘Titane’ is the Most Subversive Film of the Year

When either set of credits roll on Julia Ducournau’s Titane, the most likely feeling you’ll have is a kind of delicious whiplash, or disorientation. You may not know what you’re in for, or what you’ve just witnessed, but you’ll likely be certain that you’ve seen something special. 

Search For The Center In “Mazebook #1” On The Wednesday Run

Mazebook is a labyrinthian story of love and loss and the search for peace, full of emotion and human truth.