Fright Nights: The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival Preview (Nadia Sandhu)

There will be Blood in the Snow and on the big screen at Projection Booth (1035 Gerrard Street East) as the First Annual Fright Nights:  Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival scares up thrills this November 30 to December 2, 2012 in a weekend long celebration of the best in contemporary Canadian horror filmmaking. Festival Director Kelly Michael Stewart has been a strongContinue reading “Fright Nights: The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival Preview (Nadia Sandhu)”

Skyfall Review (Dustin SanVido)

Skyfall (2012) Starring Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Harris, Ben Winshaw, Albert Finney and Bernice Marlohe Written by Neil Purvis, Robert Wade, John Logan, and Ian Fleming Directed by Sam Mendes A familiar character, who we’ve surely all missed, is back with his latest adventure. We all know who he is,Continue reading “Skyfall Review (Dustin SanVido)”

Lincoln Review (Nadia Sandhu)

Lincoln (2012) Starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and David Strathairn Directed by Steven Spielberg Don’t let the period costumes in the trailers fool you, Lincoln is no ordinary biopic. In point of fact, this film is not a biopic at all, but rather a snapshot of a final heroic act of politicking by one ofContinue reading “Lincoln Review (Nadia Sandhu)”

Toronto After Dark 2012 Awards Announced

Toronto After Dark 2012 has come and gone. If you weren’t able to attend, then you missed out on tentacled aliens, creepy found footage, flesh starved zombies, neurotic writers, angry werewolves, suspicious crime scene photographers, a chainsaw at a wedding, killer sushi, and plenty other examples of the weird, scary, hilarious, and fantastical. Every yearContinue reading “Toronto After Dark 2012 Awards Announced”

Toronto After Dark 2012: Sushi Girl Review (Robert Harding)

Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2012 Sushi Girl (2012) Starring Tony Todd, James Duval, Noah Hathaway, Andy Mackenzie, and Mark Hamill Directed by Kern Saxton People have been paying tribute to their favourite films for decades. Films have been sequelled, rebooted, and remade. When a film is remade under a completely different guise without givingContinue reading “Toronto After Dark 2012: Sushi Girl Review (Robert Harding)”