Last April, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter was scheduled to perform as headliner for the Saturday night slate of Coachella. Her highly-reported on pregnancy had caused her to cancel her plans to perform at the 2017 edition of the festival, leaving fellow musician Lady Gaga to fill in the gap left behind by her. When the time finally […]

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Firecrackers – Review

One of greatest advantages regarding Canadian cinema, which completely differentiates the international appeal compared to other countries, is how free our films usually are. Whether you like it or not, there’s something anarchist about the Canadian cinematic method, and the open plains of our very own comforting provinces, that makes each and every one of […]

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Hellboy (2019) – Review

If you were to take a shot every time this movie does anything cringe-worthy, you might as well just die of alcohol poisoning within the first five minutes of this trash fest. Hellboy (2019) is directed by Neil Marshall and stars David Harbour, Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, Sasha Lane, and Daniel Dae Kim. It revolves […]

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The Dig – Review

Murder on film, or more so the examination of murder, is an incredibly touchy subject that can both sway audiences in either divisive spectrum. With the debut feature of the Tohill brothers, they’re intricate ideas and overarching narratives, are unfortunately sacrificed in favor of nauseating twists and turns. What could have been a genuine exploration on […]

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Diane – Review

If there’s anything more miserable than a drug-addict themed family drama, is the sheer realization of said misery being turned into exploitative narrative beats. In others terms, misery porn; the lowest form of entertainment, that simultaneous values and disgraces the lives of affected victims. Fortunately, the latest Martin Scorsese executively produced feature Diane, narrowly misses […]

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The Highwaymen – Review

Have you ever wondered about the men who brought down the most infamous criminal lovers in American history? Bonnie and Clyde’s rampage came to a dramatic, bloody end in 1934, when they were shot down in their car by local police. The police were led by Frank Hamer and Maney Gault, former Texas Rangers. If […]

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