Hot Docs 2018: The Artist and the Pervert

The BDSM relationship between a famous Austrian composer and his kink educator wife are profiled in The Artist and the Pervert. Georg Friedrich Haas is one of the most performed living composers. In an article for the New York Times, it is made public that Georg has a master/slave relationship with his wife Mollena, who is an […]

Hot Docs 2018: Behind the Curve

The growing community of people who believe the Earth is flat are profiled in Behind the Curve. Over the last number of years, there is a growing number of people who have become convinced that the Earth is truly flat and that we have been mislead by NASA. The movement is being lead by Mark Sargent, […]

Hot Docs 2018: The Trolley

The history of the streetcar is told in the IMAX documentary The Trolley. First arriving towards the end of the 19th century, there was once a time when there were thousands of trolley companies around the world. However, with the arrival of the automobile and other forms of public transportation, the trolley started disappearing around […]

Hot Docs 2018: The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution

Top female chefs are profiled in The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution. The restaurant industry has traditionally had men in the role of head chef. However, this is changing with more women taking charge at restaurants around the world. Seven female chefs, including “raddest vegetarian chef” Amanda Cohen, Toronto’s Charlotte Langley, and Gordon Ramsey protege Angela Hartnett, talk […]

Review: Super Troopers 2

The officers of the Vermont State Police are back in business in Super Troopers 2. After losing their jobs as both state troopers and local police, the team of Arcot “Thorny” Ramathorn (Jay Chandrasekhar), Jeff Foster (Paul Soter), MacIntyre “Mac” Womack (Steve Lemme), Robert “Rabbit” Roto (Erik Stolhanske), and Rodney “Rod” Farva (Kevin Heffernan) are called back into duty by […]

Review: Rampage

The popular arcade game hits the big screen with Rampage. The genetics company Energyne headed by Claire Wyden (Malin Akerman) has developed a pathogen called CRISPR that edits the DNA of all animals that come in contact with it. After the explosion of Energyne’s outer space laboratory, three samples of the pathogen crash land to Earth, infecting a […]

Review: Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare

A game of truth or dare turns deadly in Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare. Humanitarian college student Olivia (Lucy Hale) is convinced to go on a spring break trip to Mexico with best friend Markie (Violett Beane) and her boyfriend Lucas (Tyler Posey), along with fellow friends Penelope (Sophia Ali), Tyson (Nolan Gerard Funk), Brad (Hayden […]

Review: A Quiet Place

A family tries to take shelter from sound sensitive creatures in A Quiet Place. The world has been ravaged by creatures, who hunt by sound. Lee Abbott (John Krasinski) and his wife Evelyn (Emily Blunt) struggle to survive in silence with their children Regan (Millicent Simmonds), Marcus (Noah Jupe), and Beau (Cade Woodward). However, a combination of […]

Review: Blockers

Three parents try to disrupt their daughters’ pact to lose their virginity on prom night in Blockers. Lisa (Leslie Mann), Mitchell (John Cena), and Hunter (Ike Barinholtz) are three friends, whose daughters Julie (Kathryn Newton), Kayla (Geraldine Viswanathan), and Sam (Gideon Adlon) are heading off to their senior prom. However, Julie leaves her laptop open […]

Review: Ready Player One

A group of friends try to save a virtual world from an evil corporation in Ready Player One. In the year 2045, most of the world’s cities have degraded into slums and the population find escape in a virtual world known as the OASIS, created by James Halliday (Mark Rylance) and Ogden Morrow (Simon Pegg). On his […]