by ALEX ROSE
Recontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal presents movies on a huge range of subjects, Nov. 12–23. See our highlights here.
David Ayer’s ultra-macho WWII movie is brutal. But as one of the few films about a tank crew ever made, it has built-in appeal.
All you need to know about the ’80s-styled thriller The Guest is that it’s a great bit of fun. Anything more might ruin its surprises.
In Kill the Messenger, Renner rises above most of his post-Hurt Locker roles — he's been the shirtless superhero dude for too long.
We chat with the head honchos of the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies, offering weekly university-level theory classes on a stigmatized genre of cinema.
The 100 Year Old Man... is full of madcap nonsense and historical hijinx, much like that Robert Zemeckis movie from the '90s, with more laughs and less sentimental dreck.
David Fincher seems to have made adapting megahit airport novels his thing, but he’s getting pretty great at it.
The filmmaker comes up with a dumb idea for a horror movie, shares it on his podcast, then actually makes the thing.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies delves into The Bone Collector, a 1999 thriller co-starring Jolie and Denzel Washington as NYC cops after a serial killer.
Washington moves in on Liam Neeson’s trashy action territory in a goofy reteaming with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua (and remake of an obscure '80s TV show).
The FNC (Oct. 8–19) has announced its slate of programming. Be stoked.
One of the city’s youngest film festivals takes a leap into the big time with a guest appearance by Spike Lee and several highly anticipated films.
* Montreal Zombie Walk
* Best of the Montreal Underground Film Festival
* Brazilian bouffe, film screening & dance party
* Demon’s Claws and Melted Faces play Divan Orange
+ more art events & punk/metal shows
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