This week’s edition of Heroes & Villains is a hairy experience, courtesy of E.A. Henson.
BBP’s Andy Burns visits SirusXM Canada Talks’ National Post Radio to talk new Bob Dylan, Bloodshot + more.
The Hunt is a comedic, violent satire that takes on both sides of the political aisles. It’s my favourite film of 2020 so far.
This is normally the day where I take a look at what’s happening at the box office for the weekend, but that’s not happening.
As the world goes dark, some are still heading out to the movies, with Onward remaining #1 for a second weekend.
‘Bloodshot,’ ‘The Hunt,’ and ‘I Still Believe’ enter theatres during a trying time in the world.
Onward arrived in theatres this week amidst the escalating fear of the Coronavirus, but that didn’t stop audiences from making it the number one film at the box office.
Will fears of contagion keep audiences from heading to the movies this weekend to see Onward or The Way Back?
It was a solid weekend at the box office, as Universal managed to turn the tide of recently low-performing horror films with the release of The Invisible Man.
The Invisible Man is entering theatres with critical acclaim but at a time when genre films have been seeing some lacklustre numbers.
Producer and co-writer Jordan Peele is bringing us a new Candyman film, directed by Nia DaCosta.
It’s been a while since a horror trailer has really made me cringe, so congrats to Saint Maud for getting it done.