Izzy Lee’s latest short film My Monster is just one more example of the filmmaker’s mastery of diverse types of storytelling.
Cue up today’s release of the new comic book miniseries titled Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1 – a series that stars ALL of the Ghostbuster characters EVER .
“It’s not a remake. It’s not a sequel. And it’s not based on a Japanese one,” claimed the original poster for Adam Green’s 2006 horror comedy Hatchet. The movie revived … Continue reading Victor Crowley Returns Today!
Last fall, Ty Segall performed some solo acoustic shows in North America (including one in Toronto) and released some new tunes via Bandcamp. In December, he announced that these songs … Continue reading Ty Segall Takes On ‘The Opposition’
With a holiday season as cold as this one has been, a trip to the movies with my family was a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Here in the … Continue reading ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Is a Treat for the Whole Family
There’s time! There’s time! You still have time! I know: you’re looking to buy that perfect, mid-priced, comic book collection for a friend or loved one as a gift for … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Comic Book Collections Part 2
It’s incredible to think the real life Battle of the Sexes tennis match happened at all. Putting world number one woman tennis player Billie Jean King up against fifty-five-year-old former … Continue reading ‘Battle of the Sexes’: Game Comedy Can’t Find a Winning Formula
Martin McDonagh’s likes his comedies like his coffee: black. Actually, I have no idea how McDonagh takes his coffee, if he takes it at all. But boy does he have … Continue reading TIFF 2017: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
So, how did things go yesterday? Did you find what was on your Holy Grail list? Thursdays are meant to be a sort of Fan Expo Canada scouting mission – … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Day 2 #FXC17
Netflix’s upcoming comedy series, Friends From College, from comedy duo Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, premieres on July 14 and we’ve got the official trailer!
The world doesn’t need another milquetoast Canadian indie comedy. But it’s a national specialty, so they keep coming around, safe, inoffensive, government-funded and mildly amusing. Unfortunately for Chokeslam, safe and inoffensive … Continue reading Affable Chokeslam Taps Out in Quest For Rom-Com Wrestlemania
Ben Wheatley’s latest film Free Fire feels closer to the ensemble spirit of his 2009 debut Down Terrace than last year’s deliciously deranged High Rise. There are criminals meeting up … Continue reading TIFF 2016 Review: “Free Fire” Is A Free-Wheeling Good Time