Denis Villeneuve is one of Canada’s best directors, and to date the Québécois filmmaker has taken on some bold, often massive stories, from Blade Runner 2049, and Arrival, to Sicario, Enemy, and now Dune.
Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel, Dune, is realized in epic scale, like we’ve never seen before, in Denis Villeneuve’s incredible film adaptation starring Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides, and Rebecca Ferguson as Lady Jessica.
Night Raiders is writer and director Danis Goulet’s genre-busting, dystopian thriller about a woman trying to survive, and rescue her child, in a world where a police state rules over a broken society.
When The Wonder Years debuted in the 1980s, it was set just 20 years before, in an era that felt recent, and somehow far away. With showrunner Saladin K. Patterson’s reimagining of the award-winning series, it’s now been over 50 years since 1968, and the coming-of-age story captures the era in a whole new way.
Netflix’s Chicago Party Aunt stars the hilarious Lauren Ash as the hard-loving, hard-partying, die hard Chicagoan with a heart of gold. Diane is the life of any party, and she’ll roll with any situation, or steamroll over it, at least.
You’ve never seen Joshua Jackson like this before. In his new series, Dr. Death, Jackson plays former doctor Christopher Duntsch, the negligent neurosurgeon who maimed nearly all of his patients, and killed two of them during surgery.
Vacation Friends cast talk laughs, mayhem, and breaking stereotypes | John Cena, Lil Rel Howery & Yvonne Orji
Making friends on vacation can be a funny experience, and that’s exactly what the new comedy Vacation Friends is all about.
Welcome to Fantasy Island! The classic series returns, making dreams come true for a new group of guests, and since we last visited, a lot has changed about the island, the hosts, and the fantasies.
Teen Wolf and All American’s Cody Christian stars in Notorious Nick as Nick Newell, an individual born with a congenital arm amputation. The movie chronicles his journey from high school wrestler to professional MMA fighter, and all the pain, obstacles and heartache along the way.
As Canadians are forced into a reckoning of systemic racism with the discovery of thousands of indigenous children’s bodies in residential schools, the release of director Tracey Deer’s Beans couldn’t be more timely.