Canada’s largest pop culture convention bookends the summer season – and Toronto has never been more full of cosplay, comics, anime, and film and TV stars! Here’s what’s happening this week!
The Canadian Western has to be the smallest of film genres. Philip Borsos’ The Grey Fox (1982) pretty much begins and ends the genre. It’s small because Canadians don’t … Continue reading Maliglutit (Searchers) brings the Western to the frozen North
Apparently it’s all true, the Library and Archives Canada has acquired the declassified journals and military records of Canadian Super-Soldier James “Logan Howlett. Details to follow after the jump.
Film is a fragile medium. It’s easy to forget in this digital age that so much of our cinematic history is committed to old-fashioned celluloid, the plastic spools wound on … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Interview With TIFF’s Jesse Wente About The Mask
Being a teenager is so freaking crazy. Your body’s unrecognizable, your hormones go wild and you’ve got these outsize adult feelings coursing through a brain that feels like it’s been hotwired, … Continue reading TIFF 2015: Sleeping Giant
There’s nothing quite like sharing a little bit of patriotism on a comic book Wednesday. If you’re seeing all things maple leaf red or the word “eh?” keeps coming up … Continue reading It’s Gotta Be We Stand On Guard #1 For Thee On The Wednesday Run
Horror films are just as unpredictable to create as they are to watch. Audrey Cummings, director of Berkshire County, knows this. In her latest work and first feature-length picture, she … Continue reading Daniel Reed talks to Berkshire County director Audrey Cummings
Not often do I find a book that grabs me, pulls me in, and entertains me for the entire length I read. It is even more rare that I find … Continue reading Ward Anderson’s I’ll Be Here All Week
On May 28th Biff Bam Pop’s own Leiki Veskimets sat down with noted comic book artist, writer, and feature film director Kaare Andrews, in Toronto to discuss his latest feature, … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop! Exclusive – Leiki Interviews Kaare Andrews
Science fiction has always been a genre of storytelling that fires the imagination but, more importantly, sheds a light of truth on the state of the human condition. We have … Continue reading Ground Control To Major Tom-BBP! Speaks With The 39 Complex & Yokohama Theatre Group’s Andrew Woolner
Imagine this world isn’t the only world. This life isn’t your only life. There are others, variations, subtle shifts from one to the next but you don’t see them. Time … Continue reading The Curious Case of Robert LePage
Remember a few weeks ago I was saying how much I liked apocalyptic films? Well, I’ve got a great one for you (and me, thankfully), that is actually not totally … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies: The Colony