The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.
Damon Lindelof took to Instagram with an explanation for his upcoming HBO Watchmen television series. And he’s never stirred a pot as furiously boiled over as the Watchmen pot!
The most eagerly anticipated pop culture film of the last 10 years is here! Biff Bam Pop’s stable of comic book and MCU aficionados has a litany of Avengers: Infinity War desires. What are they and which ones will we get? Read on for our pure, unadulterated, speculative, geek-out wish list!
Rampage squeaked to number one but there was a surprise contender in the mix. Check out how our predictions compared to the final box office numbers.
The Golden Globes nominations have been released, and if you’ve noticed something missing, you’re not alone. Where are the women directors?
On this edition of Creations of Chaos, it’s the sweet, sobering, and impressively real, My Life as a Zucchini.
Takashi Miike’s been one of the biggest shock jockeys of Japanese cinema for eons. Ichi the Killer (2001) was a high-splatter mark for lovers of extreme gore, and Miike’s output has … Continue reading Takashi Miike’s ‘Blade of the Immortal’ slices and dices, but it could use a trim
Mudbound is a fascinating, moving film from director Dee Rees. Set in the deep south during the forties, this adaptation of Hillary Jordan’s 2008 bestseller is deeply affecting but not … Continue reading ‘Mudbound’ is a fascinating, moving film
The road to the about-to-be-released Justice League film has been a long and winding one. Long and winding and fraught with bumps and pitfalls and massive industry, cultural, commercial and … Continue reading Road To Justice League: Long & Winding & Obstacle Filled
Just seven. Seven features over twenty-four years. That’s the sum of Andrei Tarkovsky’s output. Each one is a starkly entrancing masterpiece, evidencing a unique metaphysical vision. They’re about as far … Continue reading Tarkovsky’s Trance: TIFF Retro Explores the Work of an Austere Master
On this edition of Creations of Chaos, it’s the science fiction Steampunk fantasy of your dreams. It is the indeed extraordinary April and the Extraordinary World.
Francis Lee’s debut feature God’s Own Country finds its soul in the rugged English countryside, bleak and affecting. Getting raves on the indie circuit, it’s a stark romance about a … Continue reading God’s Own Country