Melting Sanity: Interview with Stuart Simpson, Addison Heath, and Glenn Maynard of Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla

After witnessing the brilliant film Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla, it was impossible to turn down the chance to speak with Stuart Simpson, Addison Heath, and Glenn Maynard...


Building the Boxtrolls: Graham Annable, co-director of The Boxtrolls

The Film Reel had a chance to speak with Graham Annable, the Canadian co-director of The Boxtrolls. With a growing number of hits coming from...


Through the sunroof: Jeremy Gardner and Adam Cronheim on The Battery

The Film Reel had a chance to speak with Jeremy Gardner and Adam Cronheim about their film The Battery. Easily one of the best zombie...


Deliver Us from Evil

Ralph Sarchie works as a police officer in New York, dealing with some of the most dangerous criminals while following a sense that he seems...


The Purge: Anarchy

The annual purge, an evening where all crime is legal, is set to begin. This yearly tradition is said to keep crime levels low throughout...


Sharknado 2: The Second One

After surviving one sharknado, Fin Shepard is heading to New York City with his ex April to meet with his sister Ellen and her family...


Mr. Peabody and Sherman

Mr. Peabody, a genius who just happens to be a dog, takes his adopted son Sherman on time traveling adventures using his Wabac machine. When...


Review: Late Phases (2014)

Ambrose is an injured war vet who has moved to a new community. His injury has left him blind, but he’s never let this stop...


Review: Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (2014)

Kumiko is a lonely Japanese woman, working for a boss who doesn’t respect her, and dealing with her mother who thinks she should just get...


Review: Deliver Us from Evil (2014)

Ralph Sarchie works as a police officer in New York, dealing with some of the most dangerous criminals while following a sense that he seems...


Review: Treehouse of Horror 25 (2014)

This years episode sees Bart and Lisa end up in Hell in the segment School is Hell; Moe leading a gang of hoodlums in the...


Review: Why Horror? (2014)

Why Horror? is a documentary exploring the reasons that we’re fascinated by horrific images, and how various cultures deal with the same ideas. Following Tal...


Review: Wyrmwood (2014)

Barry is awakened one morning by a call from his sister Brooke who is trapped in her garage by a ravenous zombie. They soon realize...


Review: Refuge (2013)

Jack, his wife Nell, their daughter Birdie, and their neighbour Kyle are all living together in a rural home after a massive disease has wiped...


Review: Open Windows (2014)

Nick Chambers is a huge fan of actress Jill Goddard. He runs a fan website for her, and has just won a contest to meet...


Review: Time Lapse (2014)

Callie, Finn, and Jasper find a machine that takes a picture of 24 hours into the future, and begin to think about how this can...


Review: Wolves (2014)

Cayden is going through some changes, and not the kind that would seem typical of a highschool student. He begins turning into a werewolf, waking...


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