Brian and Charles is a classic buddy film. The only difference from the average buddy comedy is that in this one, the best friend is a robot.
Unhuman is a field trip from hell, as a group of high school misfits fight to survive blood-thirsty monsters, unless the students end up killing each other first.
First ever Blue Mountain Film Festival shines spotlight on 25 titles, filmmakers, and scenic Village
The first ever Blue Mountain Film Festival is in the books after five days of industry sessions, music, events, films, and fantastic hospitality. As a movie lover, BMFF was a refreshing opportunity to connect with industry attendees, watch wonderful films, and explore the picturesque Blue Mountain Village.
The countdown is on for the 47th Toronto International Film Festival, running from September 8 to 18, 2022, and returning once again with in-person events and screenings.
It was supposed to be an epic night of parties. Instead, three friends are trying to do the right thing, without getting murdered or arrested in director Carey Williams’ captivating Emergency.
Indigenous horror film Slash/Back from director Nyla Innuksuk will open the inaugural Blue Mountain Film Festival this year, running from June 1 to 5, 2022 at the Blue Mountain Resort.
What’s Sandra Bullock really like? The Lost City’s Oscar Nuñez sat down with me to talk about the new Paramount+ action comedy, and he had a lot of love to share for the film’s star.
Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness takes the Marvel Cinematic Universe someplace new, and I’m not just talking about the whole, wide multiverse we finally get to see.
National Canadian Film Day is April 20, and there are so many incredible films and filmmakers to celebrate, with lots of ways to take part this year, either watching a film, or hearing from some of the country’s best directors.
All My Puny Sorrows opens in theatres this week, and it cuts to the heart of a mother and her daughters dealing with painful family trauma that has haunted them for years.