The first trailer for the new ‘Child’s Play’ is here, and it wants to be your friend.
‘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.
Register to win your very own copy of the supervillain hit, ‘Venom,’ open to Canadian residents only.
The trailer for ‘Once Upon A Deadpool’ presents Ryan Reynolds, Fred Savage, and a marketing concept so crazy, it just might work.
As it should, the second trailer for Creed II gives us a little more information about what to expect in the November release.
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!
Would you like to win a Blu-ray of Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time. Sure you would! Here are the details to enter our A Wrinkle in Time giveaway.
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!
Inoperable uses Groundhog Day mixed with both supernatural and slasher movie aesthetics for what sounds good on paper, but feels a like a little too much in practice.
The documentary D.O.A. was filmed almost guerrilla style, funded by High Times magazine, with director Lech Kowalski following the Sex Pistols on the doomed 1978 tour of America. The band didn’t … Continue reading ‘D.O.A.: A Right of Passage’ is a Messy, Essential Document of Punk
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