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Storks – Movie Review

Storks – Movie Review

Storks – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Warner Brothers Director/writer Nicholas Stoller could not have found a more fitting home for his animated project about storks abandoning babies for package delivery. Along with director Doug Sweetland (responsible for [...]

September 23, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Magnificent Seven – Movie Review

The Magnificent Seven – Movie Review

The Magnificent Seven – Movie Review Rating: C+ (Above Average) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Sony Pictures While a solid western in its own right, The Magnificent Seven isn’t one of the all time great westerns and there’s room for a remake. That [...]

September 22, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Queen of Katwe – Movie Review

Queen of Katwe – Movie Review

Queen of Katwe – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Walt Disney Studios Whether annual or bi-annual, Disney finds a way to release a new inspirational sports film. With their focus shifting heavily towards effects-driven tent poles, these offer [...]

September 20, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Snowden – Movie Review

Snowden – Movie Review

Snowden – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Elevation Pictures With his films and views on political secrets and the agendas hidden by governments, it doesn’t take a lot of insight to see why the story of Edward Snowden [...]

September 16, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Bridget Jones’s Baby – Movie Review

Bridget Jones’s Baby – Movie Review

Bridget Jones’s Baby – Movie Review Rating: B+ (Very Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Universal Pictures Bridget Jones’s Diary stands as the quintessential film for spinsters and bachelors, so wonderfully representing the single life and the eternal optimist living each day to [...]

September 16, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Wild Life – Movie Review

The Wild Life – Movie Review

The Wild Life – Movie Review Rating: D (Very Bad) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy eOne Films With Hollywood’s current trend of taking classic stories and making new iterations for a modern audience, it’s surprising Robinson Crusoe has not been considered yet. There [...]

September 9, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
For the Love of Spock – Movie Review

For the Love of Spock – Movie Review

For the Love of Spock – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Cineplex Events At this point, it’s still unbelievable Leonard Nimoy is gone. However, his renowned performance as Spock will continue to live long and prosper in multiple [...]

September 4, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Light Between Oceans – Movie Review

The Light Between Oceans – Movie Review

The Light Between Oceans – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Walt Disney Studios Before The Light Between Oceans begins, it feels like the end of an era. As Disney moves towards producing tent pole films and four quadrant [...]

September 2, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
A Decade of Underground Comedy: Puff Mama’s House Turns 10

A Decade of Underground Comedy: Puff Mama’s House Turns 10

This week, a Toronto comedy institution turns 10 years old. In Canadian comedy years that’s a milestone. For the past decade the Underground Comedy Club has become a cult destination for upcoming comics and comedy purists here in the city. But it’s [...]

August 31, 2016 Toronto Comedy
Southside with You – Movie Review

Southside with You – Movie Review

Southside with You – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy eOne Films It was inevitable we would eventually see biographical films about Barack and Michelle Obama. However, Southside with You takes a unique approach by focusing on one day [...]

August 26, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
He Is Me – Let It Drip – Single Review

He Is Me – Let It Drip – Single Review

Experimental industrial rock seems to slip in and out of vogue, with both David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails pushing it to the forefront, sometimes together. The new collaborative duo from seasoned musicians Steve Moore and Casey Braunger, He Is Me have [...]

August 24, 2016 Alternative Rock, Rock, Uncategorized
Don’t Breathe – Movie Review

Don’t Breathe – Movie Review

Don’t Breathe – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Sony Pictures One of the earliest moments of fright in Don’t Breathe has a dog suddenly appearing, creating a jump scare. One would think this is a sign the rest [...]

August 24, 2016 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Slang – Night And Day – Album Review

The Slang – Night And Day – Album Review

Instead of writing demo’s for their full albums, some bands truly craft EP’s as full-fledged records of their own. On The Slang‘s new EP Night And Day the band land five solid songs mixing elements indie rock, with something dark. With [...]

August 22, 2016 Album Reviews, Alternative Rock, Uncategorized
Jim Peterik releases new inspired single “We All Bleed Red”

Jim Peterik releases new inspired single “We All Bleed Red”

Iconic songwriter Jim Peterik, credited with writing the Rocky III anthem “Eye of the Tiger” as original frontman of Survivor, has released an inspired new video single in reaction to the horrific Orlando shooting. Check out the video for “We All Bleed [...]

August 20, 2016 Alternative Rock, New Tracks3
Robert J. Kemp – Warmer Now – Album Review 

Robert J. Kemp – Warmer Now – Album Review 

Released on July 1, Robert J. Kemp’s Warmer Now is a catholic venture into the world of electronic ambiance. This 8-track EP is the latest composition from Kemp, following up a long line of homegrown musical endeavours. Written and recorded in a [...]

August 19, 2016 Album Reviews, Electronic, Hamilton Bands, Indie, Post Rock, shoegaze, What's Hot

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