A look at how private interests are taking over American politics, ‘The Corporate Coup D’État’ makes its Canadian debut at Hot Docs 2019 in Toronto, Canada.
‘The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire’ looks great on Arrow Video’s 2K restoration, but the movie itself is renowned for not making a lick of sense.
The legendary Michael Ironside is currently featured in Hellmington, a new film from the writing/directing team of Jay Drakulic and Alex Lee Williams.
Forget how great the trailers were. Pet Sematary is an early contender for worst film of 2019. It didn’t have to be this way.
Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, ‘Us,’ is a twisted mirror image nightmare and in his review, Sachin Hingoo calls it “scary as hell.”
‘Color Me Blood Red’ skewers the art world with a mixture of gore, intensity, and silliness in this Arrow Video Blu-ray restoration.
‘Starfish’ adds a terrifying and beautiful soundtrack to the end of the world, creating an experience unlike anything else so far this year.
Creed II manages to be its own fighting machine, echoing but far from reliant on the past.
The violent Brazilian satire, ‘The Cannibal Club,’ keeps viewers entertained with a clever story, graphic sex and gore, and a wonderful visual aesthetic.
The Wife, starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce, is one of the more moving films I’ve seen in quite some time.
‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot’ belies its drive-in movie title by being a wonderful drama about aging and the secrets we all keep.
Favourites and Best Of lists can difficult. I don’t keep track of every single film I watch during the year (though maybe I should for 2019), so it’s always a case of trying to recall what films I really connected with. On that note, here’s my list of my five favourite films of 2018.