05 December 2016

The MyEntWord Podcast: The Logan Trailer

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The My Entertainment World Podcast is back with an all-new episode dissecting the trailer for the latest instalment of the X-Men film franchise. Coming to theatres on March 3rd, Logan promises to …


25 November 2016

Must-See: The Handmaiden

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The Handmaiden is a tautly executed new thriller from Park Chan-wook.* Set in Japanese-occupied Korea, it tells the story of Sook-hee, a young woman who is hired to serve Lady …


18 November 2016

In the Darkness, Search Out Moonlight

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It’s been a rough couple of weeks. Rough couple of months. All of 2016, really; it’s kicking humanity’s ass and it’s hard to see any light in a tunnel that …


06 November 2016

Featured Project: C’est Moi

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A familiar face around Ontario theatre who’s worked with The Shaw Festival, The Factory, Convergence, Hart House, First Act Productions and more, Howard J. Davis is making his mark in …


01 November 2016

A Touch of TIFF, 2016

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The Toronto International Film Festival movies are starting to make their way to major markets. Here’s a quick look at what we saw back in September that you should be …


21 October 2016

DVD Update: Sept/Oct 2016 (Film)

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It’s time, once again, for the On DVD series featuring new releases from Paramount Home Distribution and Elevation Pictures. Genius Written by heavy-hitter John Logan …


18 October 2016

Trapped and Lured by American Honey

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My favourite TIFF film of the year was writer/director Andrea Arnold’s American Honey (in theatres now), a meandering travelogue about a group of lost kids who find an imperfect home in …


02 October 2016

Twitter Giveaway: Win a Free Copy of Free State of Jones

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To celebrate the home entertainment release of Matthew McConaughey’s sadly overlooked civil war drama Free State of Jones, Elevation Pictures has given us a copy of the newly released DVD to give …


20 September 2016

Keeping Up with Ms. Jones

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Bridget Jones’ Baby is like a time capsule of the liberal mores of fifteen years ago – a time when it was progressive to indulge in “feminism by marriage plot” …


16 September 2016

Must See: Other People

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Written and directed by SNL‘s recently promoted co-head writer Chris Kelly, Other People follows misanthropic struggling writer David (Jesse Plemons) in the final year of his mother’s life. We first …


29 August 2016

Want Some Everybody Wants Some?

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I’ve intermittently loved and hated Richard Linklater’s work. Coming off of prestige drama Boyhood (which I maintain is interesting but overrated) and sticking his toes back in the boy-comedy period …


17 August 2016

Hating on Suicide Squad

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There are a lot of reasons to hate on Suicide Squad. The casually misogynistic way it treats Harley Quinn. The racist (and mysognistic) way it portrays Katana. The senselessness of …


12 August 2016

Twitter Giveaway: Win a Free Copy of Sing Street

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To celebrate the home entertainment release of the latest from Once director John Carney, Elevation Pictures has given us a copy of the newly released Sing Street DVD to give away to …


08 August 2016

SDCC ’16 Exclusive: Elia Petridis talks Virtual Reality

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CLICK HERE to read our full coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2016. The movie business is about to experience the next true revolution – the intersection of science and art …

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