Narratively simple, but thematically complex, Knock at the Cabin is director and co-writer M. Night Syhamalan’s most impressive feat in quite some time.
Porter Airlines launches their new Embraer E195-E2 aircraft today, flying from Toronto’s Pearson Airport to a number of new Canadian destinations for the first time.
Ryan White’s documentary Pamela, A Love Story tries to undo falsehoods and put into proper context the tragedies, scandals, and successes of one of the most misunderstood and underestimated celebrities in pop culture history.
Australian horror thriller Run Rabbit Run starts out as a pleasingly familiar creepy kid yarn, but it runs out of gas very quickly en route to becoming ploddingly tedious.
Disappointing, but well made, Sometimes I Think About Dying is built around a solid concept that’s never satisfyingly explored.
Nancy Schwartzman’s incendiary, but uneven documentary Victim/Suspect takes a deep dive into the various ways detectives and authorities in positions of power try to clear notoriously difficult to prosecute sexual assault and rape cases by shifting blame away from the accused and onto the victims.
Captivatingly strange and sometimes depressingly timely, writer-director Cory Finley’s delightfully idiosyncratic sci-fi satire Landscape with Invisible Hand is a sprawling story of a teenage boy trying to navigate a new world that feels far from normal.
Alberta Premium is one of my favourite Canadian rye whiskies. The golden spirit makes a great cocktail. Nothing prepared me though for Alberta Premium Cask Strength Rye.
Costa Rica’s “Pura Vida” is a way of life that means the “pure life” or “simple life,” and that mood and lifestyle is a big part of what made Hotel Punta Islita so special.
Smartly realized, psychologically fascinating, and brutally violent, Brandon Cronenberg’s trippy thriller Infinity Pool is the writer-director’s best effort yet.