Tag: films

On Danny Perez’ Antibirth (2016)

by Kayann Mitchell Premiering at Sundance Antibirth is the latest in body horror, a sub-genre that usually takes a strong stomach to behold, which is all I knew about this little indie going in. So needless to say I had a bucket on standby just in case. But would I

On Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation (2015)

by Kayann Mitchell I sat down to watch The Invitation with very little knowledge of its premise, which is how I like it, blissful ignorance. And I highly recommend to everyone queueing up this interesting and suspenseful title they do the same. In The Invitation Karyn Kusama‘s 4th feature film.

On John Milius’ Conan The Barbarian (1982)

On June 21, 2016, The Royal Cinema will be screening Conan The Barbarian, my favourite film of all time, on the big screen at 8pm (with an awesome pre-show beforehand). Come join me as I cry and see it for the first time the way it was meant to be

On Jason Lei Howden’s Deathgasm (2015)

by Kayann Mitchell “Not today Satan,” is probably what the protagonists of Deathgasm should have shouted before the credits began to roll. Sadly for them they didn’t. That’s wonderfuck  for us because this film is a fucking blast from start to finish! Black metal, gorgeous characters, demons, and buckets full

On the Paz Brothers’ Jeruzalem (2015)

by Kayann Mitchell Israeli genre so far hasn’t let me down with the likes of Rabies and Big Bad Wolves. So I was fairly chuffed about their latest offering Jeruzalem. However, my boner deflated somewhat when I realized I’d be tortured with yet ANOTHER found footage movie. Can we please

2015 TIFF’s The Next Wave Film Festival – Day 3 (Our Pick)

***The Next Wave Film Festival is a film program this is dedicated to youth between the ages of 14-18. Movies from around the world are shown at TIFF (Toronto’s home of the annual film festival). This includes special guests, workshops, and a film challenge for youth filmmakers. There’s also a

On Clement and Waititi’s What We Do In The Shadows (2014)

by Jacqueline Valencia There are no words that I can find that can accurately express how much I enjoyed this film. It’s a silly romp of a movie with a ridiculous concept, but if anything that’s what makes What We Do In The Shadows work. It’s a mockumentary about vampires.

On Richard Ayoade’s The Double (2013)

by Giselle Defares  Richard Ayoade came into the spotlight with his affable, neurotic and witty character Moss in the British show The IT Crowd . Contrary to his nerdy alter ego, Ayoade is a multi-talent. He writes, acts, directs video clips for the Artic Monkeys, Vampire Weekend and consorts; and TV-episodes, most notable

T.G.O.F’s Memorable films of 2013.

Jennifer Valencia’s picks: 2013 is coming to a close and it is a time to look back and reflect on life and all the movies we saw this past years. I have many things to be greatful for in 2013 and having the opportunity to watch and write about films

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