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As Above, So Below Has Spirit, But It’s Digging In The Wrong Place

Posted August 29, 2014 by Meredith Woerner

As Above, So Below is an ambitious excavation horror movie that tries to blend the world of Indiana Jones with the found footage genre. And though the locations are breathtaking and the scares very real, the film as a whole collapses under its own my…

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Movie review: Swearnet a Trailer Park Boys tragedy (with video)

Posted August 29, 2014 by Katherine Monk

Swearnet: The Movie One star out of five Starring: Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, Mike Smith Directed by: Warren P. Sonoda Running time: 112 minutes There’s dumb. There’s dumber. There’s dumbest. But Swearnet: The Movie left me dumbfounded. First, because […]

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TIFF 2014: Top Film Picks

Posted August 29, 2014 by Sonya

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is making its way to the city and we’re getting ready! From September 4 to 14, 2014, be ready to embrace the experience as we take you along with us during this 39th year […]

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How Movies Synchronize the Brains of an Audience

Posted August 28, 2014 by Greg Miller

When people watch a movie together their brain activity is, to a remarkable degree, synchronized. It’s a slightly creepy thought. It’s also a testament to the captivating power of cinema, says Uri Hasson, a psychologist at Princeton University.

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VIFF 2014: BC Film Spotlight

Posted August 26, 2014 by Rebecca Bollwitt

© 2004-2014 Rebecca Bollwitt – Miss604. The Vancouver International Film Festival (“VIFF”) is known for showcasing local, Canadian, and international film talent and this year homegrown talent is front and centre as VIFF has just confirmed 13 features for the BC Spotlight program. Sonja Bennett of Vancouver and James Caan in Preggoland. Launched in 2013, […]

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Epic Fourth

Posted August 15, 2014 by John Klein

Watched “Epic” [5/10] about little tree people. “Born on the Fourth of July” [8/10] a 1989 Tom Cruise movie about a Vietnam vet who protests the war. A Marvel Avengers cartoon movie about their kids stopping Ultron. 6/10 “Burke and Hare” [8/10] a dark British comedy about the early medical profession.

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New trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar (VIDEO)

Posted August 2, 2014 by Jes

A new trailer was released this week for Christopher Nolan’s latest creation Interstellar.It gives the most contest behind the Alberta filmed feature. As we know, Nolan’s movies are generally hush hush and very confusing (RE: Inception), but it looks l…

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Movie Trailer: THE MAZE RUNNER

Posted July 30, 2014 by Nicola Gossips

TEEN WOLF is my guilty pleasure and my favourite character on the show is “Stiles”. . . don’t judge. Well Stiles, aka Dylan O’Brien, is on the come up. Have a look at the movie trailer for upcoming feature film THE MAZE RUNNER. The premise:

When T…

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Movie Trailer: MAD MAX: ROAD FURY

Posted July 29, 2014 by Nicola Gossips

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First the movie posters, now the first movie trailer for MAD MAX: ROAD FURY.

MAD MAX: ROAD FURY, a reboot of the 1976 action film MAD MAX, is directed and written by the originator of the franchise, George Miller and stars Tom Hard…

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Movie Posters: MAD MAX: ROAD FURY

Posted July 27, 2014 by Nicola Gossips

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The remake to the Mel Gibson 1979 classic, MAD MAX is set to hit theatres sometime in 2015.

The reboot, MAD MAX: ROAD FURY stars Tom Hardy in the title role of “Mad Max”, with Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult along for the ride.

A apo…

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Movie Trailer: NIGHTCRAWLER

Posted July 26, 2014 by Nicola Gossips

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The first (very creepy) movie trailer for NIGHTCRAWLER is out. The thriller stars a barely recognizable Jake Gyllenhaal as a drifter and petty thief who joins a group of nocturnal freelance photographers who scour …

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First full trailer of Fifty Shades of Grey (VIDEO)

Posted July 24, 2014 by Jes

Ugh. The first Fifty Shades of Grey trailer came out today. Dislike.The version of Beyonce’s Crazy in Love that is on it – kind of really like that shit. So there’s that. Go Bey.XOXOJes…

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On Harvey Weinstein and Snowpiercer’s North American Distribution Model

Posted July 22, 2014 by James Bow

This probably deserves repeating. In my earlier review of Snowpiercer, I suggested that the distribution company’s decision to extremely limit the release of the movie was a fit of pique resulting from the director refusing an edict to cut twenty…

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Stop the World, I Want to Get Off! Snowpiercer Reviewed

Posted July 20, 2014 by James Bow

Snowpiercer, the English-language debut of acclaimed South Korean movie director Bong Joon-ho, is a movie that “they” don’t want you to see. Who are they? Well, that would be Harvey Weinstein and his people at the Weinstein Company who…

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Great lines from great movies!

Posted July 10, 2014 by Allan W Janssen

The weekend is coming and the Mrs. Herself and I have decided to go to the movies. We have a method that keeps everybody happy folks! The Mrs. Herself checks the movie times and finds two movies in the same cineplex, at about the same time, that we can see! For example, she wants to […]

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Dumber and Dumber To first trailer

Posted June 11, 2014 by Jes

I  think I am still intellectually scarred from the first one.Seriously, my brain. Trauma.XOXOJes…

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“Her” and the future of empathy

Posted January 16, 2014 by Darren

“Her” is both a love story and a ruminative critique of how we use technology. Yet, it’s also a meditation on empathy.

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