Goon Review (Kirk Haviland)

Goon (2012) Starring – Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Liev Schrieber and Alison Pill. Written by Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg Directed by Micheal Dowse Editor’s note: Just a quick bit of information. Since the publication of this review, we have heard from Alliance and they confirmed that there was in fact no Q&A afterContinue reading “Goon Review (Kirk Haviland)”

The Black Cat – Fright Nights at the Projection Booth in Toronto (Kirk Haviland)

Fright Nights at the Projection Booth in Toronto Hosted by Fangoria Writer Kelly Stewart Saturday February 11th, 2012   Shorts: Ethereal Chrysalis (2011) Written, Directed and Starring Syl Disjonk Inside (2010) Starring Phillipe Buckland and Natalie Feheregyhazi Written and Directed by Yaz Rabadi Feature: The Black Cat (1934) Starring Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff WrittenContinue reading “The Black Cat – Fright Nights at the Projection Booth in Toronto (Kirk Haviland)”

Chronicle Review – Kirk Haviland Guest Blogging

Chronicle – 2012 Starring – Dane DeHaan, Alex Russell and Michael B Jordan Written by Max Landis and Josh Trank Directed by Josh Trank Hello Folks, While The Maven himself is frolicking in the south of France (tough gig right?), I, the Movie Junkie that I am, will be hopping around Toronto checking out filmsContinue reading “Chronicle Review – Kirk Haviland Guest Blogging”

Haywire Review

Steven Soderbergh’s latest film Haywire is clearly a vehicle for MMA star Gina Carano’s entrance into the world of action films. As far as action stars go, Carano seems to fit the bill. She’s quick, strong, charismatic, and attractive. She can also roundhouse a bad guy in the face with tremendous ferocity, or if theContinue reading “Haywire Review”

A Dangerous Method Review

It seems like David Cronenberg had taken a brief hiatus from the film world following A History of Violence and Eastern Promises, two films which are truly unsettling thanks to their depiction of cruel and sometimes indifferent violence in the world of organized crime. Cronenberg returns with A Dangerous Method, a decidedly different story fromContinue reading “A Dangerous Method Review”