Latest Movie Releases: Week of December 2
Posted by Kyle Tetarenko | Tuesday, December 3, 2013 @ 9:15pm
In Supernatural's mid-season finale, Sam and Dean can no longer avoid the war between the angels but it's Castiel who learns of heaven's latest deception.
Posted by Andrew Burns | Wednesday, November 27, 2013 @ 1:39pm
The film opens with Statham's character, Phil Broker, working a drug bust as an undercover DEA agent. Armed with a hilariously terrible wig job, and some corny dialogue, Statham by all appearances looks to have walked into an R rated 80's action flick. A couple cracked skulls, a car chase scene, and one old style bloody shootout later and audience members are all warmed up for action before the opening credits roll. Then it hits you. That feeling of 'where have I seen this before'. That 80's cheese with a modern sensibility, but with an oddly uncommon R-rating. And right before you can put your finger on it a few words appear on the screen: "Screenplay by Sylvester Stallone". That's right, after that all there is left to do is sit back and except the Expendable style of entertainment because that what you're going to get.
The Sly screenplay credit may have caught me a bit by surprise, but this movie is still the standard Statham film I expected. The bad guys need an ass-kicking and the only person around to do it is good 'ol Jason Statham. That's pretty much Homefront in a nutshell (and arguably most of his other films as well). The only real difference that might set this popcorn flick apart from the rest of Statham's filmography is his over qualified co-stars and their surprising good performances. Them being James Franco as the local method druglord (Gator), Winona Ryder as Gator's tweaker girlfriend (Sheryl), and Kate Bosworth as his even tweakier (that's not a real word) meth addict sister, Cassie.
Posted by Kyle Tetarenko | Tuesday, November 26, 2013 @ 10:34pm
To find missing people in Hartford, South Dakota Sam and Dean will have to take the plunge and become born again virgins.
Posted by Andrew Burns | Friday, November 22, 2013 @ 1:05am
If someone were to have told me at the beginning of this year that Matthew McConaughey would deliver two of the best performances in movies this year I would have probably asked if there were a Dazed and Confused 2 & 3 I didn't know about. As disappointing as it might sound there aren't any stoner sequels to the 1993 cult classic, but there are two solid pictures that McConaughey added to his filmography this year in Mud and The Dallas Buyers Club.
Even though he still has multiple scenes with his shirt off Buyers Club is without a doubt the farthest from McConaughey's comfort zone as an actor, and probably as a person for that matter. Far away from his surfer safe zone or his romp-com ruts, McConaughey literally transformers himself into a near human skeleton, dropping a reported 40-50 lbs, for this biographical drama of a Texas man Ron Woodroof who was diagnosed with HIV and AIDS in the mid 1980's. When Woodroof is given a death sentence of 30 days left to live he abandons his hard lifestyle of drugs, booze, and unprotected sex in search for treatment of his degenerative decease. Woodroof quickly learns the only means of his survival are drugs and supplements found outside of the U.S. of A. and he starts a stockpile of non-FDA approved pharmaceuticals. Woodroof even manages to change the option of his own doctor (Jennifer Garner) and has her siding with his method of treatment. With help from a corky transvestite name Rayon the two turn this new inventory into an underground business where Woodroof sells 'memberships' for these drugs, rather than the drugs themselves, and the Dallas Buyers Club is born.
Posted by Kyle Tetarenko | Tuesday, November 19, 2013 @ 9:54pm
Posted by S.P. Young | Thursday, November 14, 2013 @ 2:33am
Have you ever thought of becoming a critic?
Do you have an opinion on a movie, television show, or in music that you want to share with the rest of the world? It turns out that most people, if not all people, have some kind of a critical opinion. Whether or not people want to expend the effort to write it down or to record it, is a different story. For those of you that have thought about doing it, this article is for you. Anybody can become a critic, but before you embark on this journey, here is a list of five things you should be aware of first. Specifically, this article is directed at people that have aspirations of writing for the internet under the direction of an editor.
Posted by Kyle Tetarenko | Tuesday, November 12, 2013 @ 9:15pm
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Posted by Paul Little | Saturday, November 9, 2013 @ 6:21pm
Just for Laughs is a comedy institution -- an iconic name not just in Canada but around the world. Besides the long-running comedy festival in Montreal every year, JFL also runs festivals in Chicago and Toronto, has multiple television shows, and regular promotes comedy tours across Canada.
The current tour -- with stops still to come throughout Western Canada -- features a rotating mix of top comic talent, including Darrin Rose, host of Match Game and co-star of CBC's Mr. D. I got the opportunity to speak with Rose in the middle of the tour from his hotel room in Owen Sound, ON, and we spoke about the other comics on this tour, his experience with Just for Laughs, Match Game, and what new TV comedy he's really enjoying these days.
Posted by Andrew Burns | Friday, November 8, 2013 @ 2:35am
Just a mere six months ago shame had fallen upon the house of Marvel after their prized Armoured Avenger tainted their reputation. A heraldry that had been synonymous with the upmost of excellence was no more as the third coming of the Iron Man forsake those that came before. Copious amounts of liberties were taken, an institution of literature disdained, characters betrayed, and only a bleak future remained on the horizon. Thank Odin's beard, for all is not lost in the realm of Marvel's Cinematic Universe, the God of Thunder has returned it to their original glory.
That was my poor attempt at using some Asgardian style dialogue to say Iron Man 3 sucked, and Thor: The Dark World was god damn fantastic. I'll give my thesaurus a rest now and get on with the review.
Posted by Kyle Tetarenko | Tuesday, November 5, 2013 @ 8:30pm
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