Studio Ghibli's first international coproduction is a beautiful accomplishment, we interviewed The Red Turtle's director Michaël Dudok De Wit on the challenges of this completely dialogue-free film.
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The Founder marks another great performance from Michael Keaton, but unlike the character he plays, its aspirations are greater than its reach.
The first international coproduction from legendary Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli, The Red Turtle is beautiful at times, yet frustratingly enigmatic at others.
This week on The Development Slate, your hosts imagine how to make a newer, better DOOM film.
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Peter Berg's Patriots Day takes a tragedy that's still fresh in our memories and makes something that's equal parts thrilling and harrowing.
On this week's episode of Loose Cannons, Mathew and Justin tackle a teen sex comedy classic: The Last American Virgin!
We interview Mostly Sunny director Dilip Mehta about the controversy around this sex positive documentary that has former porn star Sunny Leone as its main subject.
Our hosts tackle a seemingly insurmountable challenge this week as they take what they argue to be a classic of Jim Carrey's career: Liar Liar.
Doug Tilley reviews 1984's Ghost Warrior as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective!
xXx: The Return of Xander Cage opens across Canada January 20th, but you can attend an advanced screening courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Dork Shelf on January 18th in Montreal, Toronto, or Ottawa!
A Monster Calls meets the challenge of creating a family-friendly film about mental health issues that’s also entertaining and fun to watch.
HBO's new documentary Bright Lights on Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds went from being a celebration of their lives to an obituary.
Our Film Editor and Editor-in-Chief discuss the indies and blockbusters they're looking forward to in 2017.
This week on The Development Slate we're talking about Dick Tracy!
Once upon a time, there was only one way in which you could watch movies, news, sports or any other form of visual entertainment. Television was this singular medium. This was true for many decades, and it all started back in the late 1930s when television sets started to become more commonplace. During this TV […]
This week James and Yaw reimagine a great sci-fi noir film that flew under the radar: Dark City.