Jake Gyllenhaal delivers without a shadow of a doubt a career best performance as an amoral sociopath in Nightcrawler.
We take a look inside the TIFF Bell Lightbox's newest gallery exhibit dedicated to the works of noted auteur Stanley Kubrick.
Overlong and overstuffed (but with a great Daniel Radcliffe performance), Horns is a great one hour short dragged to two hours.
We talk to filmmaker David Cronenberg about his work on Maps to the Stars.
We talk to Nightcrawler writer and director Dan Gilroy.
We talk to film critic, essayist, and documentarian Charlie Lyne about his look back on teen movie trends of the 90s in Beyond Clueless.
A raw and complex work of human emotion, Listen Up Philip is as challenging as it is rewarding and thoughtful.
We talk to the veteran stuntmen turned first time directors behind John Wick
Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons deliver the best leading performances of their careers in Whiplash.
The best action movie of the year by far.
There’s a lovingly ramshackle quality and wealth of can-do spirit that permeates the low budgeted musical comedy period piece Eternity: The Movie.
Working with a bigger cast than he's ever had before, the melodrama White Bird in a Blizzard is an obviously plotted setback from Gregg Araki.
We talk to actor Barrett Crake and writer/producer Eric Staley about their collaboration on the musical comedy Eternity: The Movie.
We talk to Damien Chazelle about his debut feature, Whiplash.
Is it possible to respect and enjoy a film without necessarily liking it or wanting to fully recommend it to anyone?
Documentarian Alex Fagan takes a stripped down and unpretentious look at some of, if not THE, most widely beloved Irish national institutions: The Irish Pub.
Lynn Shelton’s Laggies constitutes cringe comedy at its finest, while being charming if unoriginal at times.
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