by ALEX ROSE
Anti-Social Limited recounts the hard life of a First Nations man trying to go legit — his internal struggle is his biggest hurdle.
Top-flight indie talent can't save The Lazarus Effect from feeling like a deadly serious mismash of everything from The Exorcist to Paranormal Activity.
A high-concept script and likeable cast (including Chris Evans, Michelle Monaghan) fail to make this movie anything more than a low-wattage romcom.
Alongside Bruce Greenwood, Dolan plays a rare leading role in a movie directed by someone else: Charles Binamé's Elephant Song.
See how our readers voted in such alternative Oscar categories as Worst Performance, Hottest Actress, Most Obvious Failed Attempt at Oscar Bait and Best Grossout.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 features most of the same shitty, gross, out-of-shape idiots, but one twist makes this movie better than its predecessor.
David Cronenberg shot three films here in the late '70s, but Montreal got the most screen time in Rabid.
We spoke to New Zealand comedian and writer Taika Waititi about vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows.
New Zealand film What We Do in the Shadows takes on vampire chic and reality TV simultaneously. We could watch this forever.
Kingsman: The Secret Service, adapted from a comic by Mark Millar (Wanted, Kick-Ass), stars Michael Caine, Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson.
Some of this province's best new movies — and top films of 2014 — are screening this month at the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois.
Black or White casts some great black actors, but it also embodies everything that Hollywood gets wrong about race.
* See Soviet hockey doc Red Army at Cinema Excentris
* Canada, Public Schooling and Institutional Racism lecture/discussion
* Montreal bands Heat, Beat Cops and Child Actor play Casa del Popolo
* DJs Tazz B2B Chicaiza and Oculist at Salon Daomé
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