Stranger Things (2016)

Just about everything in film or television is trying to capture some sort of nostalgia that viewers have. Stranger Things may actually...


Equals (2015)

Romeo and Juliet may be the most adapted tale of forbidden love, but it has never been done as well as it is in Equals...


Scanners (1981)

Scanners may be best known for its exploding head sequence, but it’s also got plenty of other things going for it. There’s a fantastic...


Ava's Possessions (2015)

I often wonder what happens after the credits roll on a film. The hero saved the day, but what becomes of those characters afterwards?


Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990)

Once again the world of Prom Night is changed up as Prom Night III: The Last Kiss brings the series into the world of horror...


The Haunting of Julia (1977)

Looking like she stepped right out of Rosemary’s Baby, Mia Farrow stars in The Haunting of Julia. While the film does feel a little bit...


Dementia (2015)

Thanks to an outstanding performance from Gene Jones, Dementia ranks rather highly among films dealing with a confused reality...


Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987)

Taking nothing but the name from the first film, Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II jacks up the violence and gore, throws in some strange...


Should I or shouldn’t I? Deadpool, kids and the R-rated movie

Everybody wants to know if they should take their kids to Deadpool, but maybe the question is whether or not the parents are ready to talk to their kids about the things that are in Deadpool.


The burden of immortality: Henry Rollins on He Never Died

While most known for his musical work in bands like Black Flag and Rollins Band, Henry Rollins has built an impressive resume of acting credits. His latest role, as the immortal Jack in He Never Died...


Slay bells ring: an interview with Black Christmas stars Lynne Griffin, Nick Mancuso and Doug McGrath

It wouldn’t be Christmas without a viewing of one of the greatest Canadian holiday films around. Black Christmas is a fantastic piece of horror history...


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