by ALEX ROSE
Spike Lee’s remake of Park Chan-wook’s 2003 revenge flick Oldboy is pretty unnecessary.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with horror flick Island of the Dead.
We (literally) chat with Malcolm Fraser, author of the new indie profile Wooden Stars: Invisible Gears (and, full disclosure, regular CULT MTL film reviewer) about the band, the book and reading about rawk.
The follow-up to 2011’s Thor is mediocre at best.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with horror flick Of Unknown Origin, starring Peter Weller as a man disrupted by a single rat.
Xavier Dolan’s latest Tom à la ferme, screening at the Festival du nouveau cinéma, is his best work to date.
Alex Rose reviews Robert Rodriguez’s latest Machete Kills, the sequel to 2010’s Machete.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s feature-length directorial debut Don Jon hits theatres.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with action flick No Good Deed starring Milla Jovovich and Samuel L. Jackson.
Alex Rose explores the world of pre-fabricated pop with his review of the Morgan Spurlock documentaryOne Direction: This Is Us
We review the Fantasia film festival’s New Flesh Award winning film Cheap Thrills.
Title 66’s production of Clive Barker’s The History of the Devil brings the spirit of Fantasia Fest to the stage.
* Read the Rant Line
* Heteropolis launch
* Free short film programme at PHI
* Let’s Do This! Get Weird! at Mainline Theatre
* Local punk at L’Escogriffe
* Love on the Beat at Velvet
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