Hot Docs 2017 Living the Game Review.
The new party game is an enjoyable diversion best appreciated with good friends and good beer.
Horizon: Zero Dawn makes up for some minor gameplay flaws with some of the best world building in any medium since Mad Max: Fury Road.
The new Murdoch Mysteries Escape Room gives Toronto fans the opportunity to be the detective.
For Honor is a great multiplayer experience that over-explains a good idea.
Logan is a fitting sendoff for Hugh Jackman, and an apt reminder that superhero movies don’t need to be big to be memorable.
Team Ninja's relentless Nioh borrows (and improves) From Software's signature formula.
Indie thinking is finally starting to trickle up to triple-A developers.
Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil saga concludes with another entertaining blend of action, jump scares, and unintentional comedy.
Naughty Dog's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is big-budget storytelling at its finest.
With Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft has demonstrated the ability to make a competent film, but it utterly fails to recognize what it is that people like about its signature franchise.
Fumito Ueda's follow up to Shadow of the Colossus is a brilliant yet maddening exploration of companionship.
Watch Dogs 2 is a much better game than the original, but it arrives at a time when everything else is getting worse.
Co-founder Carl Edwin Michel discusses his efforts to turn Northern Arena into the leading eSports organization in Canada.
What's it like to see Doctor Strange at Cineplex's new 4DX auditorium in Toronto?
The tricks that make Resident Evil great are as effective in 2016 as they were in 1996.
On the eve of his retirement, it's time to reevaluate the career of the most hated man in cinema.
What does it mean when we pass of cyberterrorism as entertainment?