Oscar 2018 Wrap-Up

The 90th edition of the Academy Awards have come and gone and at the end of the night, Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water walked away with the Oscar for Best Picture, with the film also winning Best Director, Best Score and Best Production Design. The runner-up for the most number of wins was Christopher […]

Trailer: Best F(r)iends

Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau reunite on screen in Best F(r)iends. With the release of The Disaster Artist, the cult film The Room has probably been receiving more attention than it has ever received. For better or worse, The Room will be the film that Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau will be forever known for. However, the two are […]

Movie News Worth Sharing 2/23 – Visit Camp Crystal Lake, Wrinkle in Time to be Shown Free to Underprivileged Children, Wauconda, Illinois Getting Calls About Black Panther

Here is today’s movie news round-up. Visit Camp Crystal Lake (Source: ScreenCrush) For the hardcore Friday the 13th fans out there, you have a chance to tour the Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco Boy Scout camp, where the original film was shot, with a chance for a VIP overnight experience attended by actress Adrienne King. These tours have been occurring […]

Top Ten Films of 2017

I apologize with how late I am with writing about my Top Ten Films of last year. However, at this point, this is merely a formality, since my list would have gone up on Letterboxd right at the start of the year. However, I never missed writing this post in the years I have been […]

Horror-Rama 2017: Terror in the Annex

The fourth annual edition of Horror-Rama, Toronto’s only all-horror convention, took place this weekend at the 918 Bathurst Culture, Arts, Media & Education Centre in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood. The brainchild of Shock Till Your Drop editor Chris Alexander and Suspect Video owner Luis Ceriz, Horror-Rama is two days dedicated entirely to the horror genre. This year saw […]

In Memory of Toronto Film Scene

After nine years of publishing, Toronto Film Scene decided to close their digital doors this past weekend. I was a contributor to the site for just under half of Toronto Film Scene’s existence, though I had decided to step down from my role last month and seek other opportunities. However, I do cherish the time […]

Monday Editorial: Are Subscription-Services the Future of Theatrical Exhibition?

I usually ignore the sponsored posts and advertisements that show up in my Facebook feed, however there was one a little over a week ago that caught my attention. It was for an upcoming service named ShowGO Canada. The service claims that for a subscription of $12.95 a month, you can watch one (non-premium) movie […]