Tower by Kazik Radwanski

Review: ‘Tower’ by Kazik Radwanski

There is a new emerging cinematic talent coming out of the indie scene in Toronto that I believe could end up being a force to be reckoned with. His name is Kazik Radwanski and he is a product of the film program at Ryerson University. His debut feature, called Tower, put me in mind of some of the earlier films from the late, great John Cassevettes.

Jiseul

Review: ‘Jiseul’ challenges the grammar of film at Sundance, takes top honors

The Korean film Jiseul was awarded the highest award in its category, the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize in World Cinema at Sundance 2013. At its final screening on Sunday, January 27, at a nearly full Eccles auditorium, the largest and most coveted screening space at the festival, the film’s introducer said of the award, “The jury was unanimous, and felt it was an easy decision.” For audiences, the film is both difficult and stunning, standing out for its dramatically different look and feel.

Warm Bodies prize pack

‘Warm Bodies’ prize pack giveaway

On February 1, Warm Bodies delivers a brand new take on the rom-zom-com (that’s a romantic zombie comedy, in case you’re wondering) as one woman discovers a whole new sensitive side to the zombie who just saved her life. To commemorate the new film, The GATE, Yogurty’s and Jamba Juice are giving away a Warm Bodies prize pack, that includes a Warm Bodies hoodie, T-shirt and mittens, plus buttons and chapstick.

Oz The Great and Powerful

‘Oz The Great and Powerful’ character poster – the Wicked Witch

Ready for the latest glimpse into director Sam Raimi’s Oz The Great and Powerful? Walt Disney released the latest character poster for the film, which features what one must assume is the would-be Wicked Witch, but as EW.com points out, no one really knows yet just who ends up becoming this wicked one–Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) or Glinda (Michelle Williams).