by ALEX ROSE
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with horror flick Of Unknown Origin, starring Peter Weller as a man disrupted by a single rat.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with action flick No Good Deed starring Milla Jovovich and Samuel L. Jackson.
by ALEX ROSE AND MALCOLM FRASER
A restored version of Jean-Claude Lauzon’s 1987 film was screened this week, prefaced by a self-congratulatory spectacle feat. tiresome/hateful local media figures. Eugh.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with today’s release, presidential action film White House Down.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with neo-noir Bateman and Belushi flick One Way Out, just in time for Arrested Development’s return this weekend.
Our series on Montreal-shot films continues with much-maligned, after-school-special-esque TV movie Cyberbully.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with this sleazy thriller, shot almost five years ago but only making its inauspicious debut on DVD last month.
Our recurring feature on Montreal-shot films examines a 2004 Angelina Jolie thriller, with local landmarks aplenty, French (from France) actors and not much else to recommend it.
In a historical first, our series on Montreal-shot films focuses on a brand new release, zombie rom-com Warm Bodies.
Our series on vintage Montreal-shot movies continues with this 2002 heist oddity, with local character actors and low-grade stars aplenty.
Our investigative series on Montreal-shot movies continues in a holiday vein with this cheesefest from unlikely director Chazz Palminteri.
Our series on obscure Montreal-shot films continues with this 2005 caper comedy, perhaps most notable for an appearance by local newscaster Mitsumi Takahashi.
* 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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