Reviews on the Run
Canada Invades MIPCOM
Victor takes a look at the coolest Canadian-made shows at the annual MIPCOM television event in Cannes, France, including Schitt's Creek with Eugene Levy.
Ridley Scott Adapting 2001 Sequel
Open the Pod bay doors. The Syfy channel is teaming up with Alien and Blade Runner director Ridley Scott to create a miniseries based on the Arthur C. Clarke novel 3001: The Final Odyssey. The book is a sequel to Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey, which the author adapte
Peggy Carter Joins Marvel’s Ant-Man
It looks like a new TV show isn't the only thing coming from Peggy Carter. A recent casting call from Marvel Studios suggests that Hayley Atwell will reprise her role as SHIELD Agent Peggy Carter in the new movie Ant-Man. This would make it her third big screen appear
Star Wars: Episode VII Wraps Production
Star Wars: Episode VII has taken another step into a larger world. The highly-anticipated movie has wrapped principal photography at Pinewood Studios in London. In movie speak, that's a fancy way of saying that all the filming with the lead actors is finished, and the
First Teaser for New Movie Hardcore
This looks pretty cool. Take a look at the first teaser trailer for the new movie Hardcore, billed as the world's first P.O.V. action movie. It was shot entirely from the point-of-view of the main character, which makes it look like a first-person video game with really
Why Horror? Let’s Find Out!
Why is the horror genre so popular? That's the question posed in a new documentary called Why Horror? Shaun catches up with the film's subject and horror expert Tal Zimerman for the answer.
Behind the Screams of Darknet
Victor takes a look at the horrifying new TV series Darknet with star Michelle Alexander and director Steve Hoban.
Episode VII Only Has One IMAX Scene
It looks like Star Wars: Episode VII might not be quite as big as we thought. Speaking with Variety, director J.J. Abrams revealed that only one sequence for the film was shot using IMAX cameras. Many had expected the jumbo-sized format to be used for several differen
What to Expect from The Game
No, the new TV series The Game isn't based on the David Fincher movie. It's a Cold War-era British spy thriller, and Jose has the intel with the stars and creator.
New Halloween Movie On the Way
The most iconic slasher villain of all time is heading back to theatres... slowly as usual. A new Halloween movie featuring the masked killer Michael Myers is in development. That’s according to the franchise’s producer Malek Akkad, who tells Shock Till You Drop t
MTV Orders Scream TV Series
MTV has officially ordered a full season of a TV show based on the Scream horror movies. The first season will premiere in October 2015 and consist of 10 episodes, with film producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein overseeing everything. It’s still unclear exactly what th
First Trailer for Ex Machina
Here's the first trailer for Ex Machina, a moody and creepy science fiction tale about a very intelligent robot. She's designed to have all the emotions of human beings, including sexual desire, which is sure to make things complicated while she's interacting with real p
Over the Garden Wall with Patrick McHale
Jose takes a look at the whimsical new animated miniseries Over the Garden Wall with creator Patrick McHale.
Adapting The Book of Negroes
Vic gets historical with the makers of the new miniseries The Book of Negroes, based on the award-winning novel of the same name.
John Wick Review
Netflix Unveils Their Marco Polo Series
Netflix is heading back in time with their latest original series. It's called Marco Polo, and is based on the life of the 13th century Italian explorer who first introduced Europeans to Central Asia and China, which helped usher in a new era of exploration that eventual
Behind the Scenes of Nightcrawler
We go behind the scenes of the dark and gritty crime thriller Nightcrawler, where Jake Gyllenhaal plays a freelance crime scene cameraman who gets in over his head.
Begin Again Review
Marvel Announces Slate of New Films
Big things from Marvel today. The studio has officially announced a slew of upcoming films, including Black Panther, Captain Marvel, The Inhumans, and a two-part epic called Avengers: Infinity War. Here's the list: May 6, 2016 - Captain America: Civil War November 4,
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