Limp, frustrating, and trying laboriously to sound as edgy and transgressive as possible, Pond Life is a stage-to-screen adaptation that not only can’t escape its roots, but will likely make viewers question if the material was ever that good to begin with.
Aaron Abrams delivers a towering and commanding lead performance in writer-director Jesse Zigelstein’s debut feature, Nose to Tail, the story of an egotistical and stressed out business owner who’s about to reach his wit’s end.
This year’s Canadian Film Festival – an annual celebration of independent Canadian cinema – kicks off with the solidly constructed and emotionally endearing high concept “meet cute” Red Rover.
If you’re looking for a winter getaway and not sure where to go in Ontario, Gravenhurst and Muskoka are beautiful in winter, and affordable. From Toronto and most of Southern Ontario, the area is also a pretty quick drive, and there’s a lot to do when there’s snow on the ground.
Travelling is one of the greatest adventures out there. By far, it’s the best way I can think of to spend money, because it’s fulfilling, and frankly soul-filling. It’s also generally expensive, so when I was headed to Las Vegas for CES and I wanted to save some money, I ended up looking at Swoop airlines for a change.
My family has been dreaming of an RV adventure for a few years, so when I had the chance to check out the Toronto RV show today, it seemed like a perfect opportunity to do a little research and find out a bit more about all of the vehicle options for getaways.
Wildly inventive and endlessly unique, One Cut of the Dead is one of the most ambitious and entertaining genre experiments ever concocted.
A predictable, but well executed and paced procedural thriller, Taiwanese director Ching Shen Chuang’s High Flash balances genre conventions with a healthy and relevant dose of political and environmental subtext.
Never blurring the line between reality and fiction, but instead poignantly and thoughtfully considering where that division exists, Shehrezad Maher’s documentary This Shaking Keeps Me Steady examines how recreations of tragedies could never approximate the immediacy of an emergency.
Dear Ex opens the 22nd annual Reel Asian festival in Toronto this week with the Canadian premiere of a complex, poignant, and timely Taiwanese tale of grief, bigotry, and familial in-fighting.