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A Cure for Wellness – Movie Review

A Cure for Wellness – Movie Review

A Cure for Wellness – Movie Review Rating: C (Average) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy 20th Century Fox Gore Verbinski can certainly be described as an ambitious filmmaker and one could certainly describe many of his films as theme park rides. He even [...]

February 14, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The LEGO Batman Movie – Movie Review

The LEGO Batman Movie – Movie Review

The LEGO Batman Movie – Movie Review Rating: A (Fantastic) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Warner Brothers Pictures Batman has one of the most storied and legendary histories of any superhero, with so many different interpretations and eras for the Caped Crusader. That [...]

February 10, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Salesman – Movie Review

The Salesman – Movie Review

The Salesman – Movie Review Rating: B (Good) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Elevation Pictures A large reason for the success of Asghar Farhadi’s film A Separation is its depiction of a middle-class home life in Iran, something we in the Western world [...]

February 3, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Space Between Us – Movie Review

The Space Between Us – Movie Review

The Space Between Us – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy VVS Films Sometimes, a film with an absurd plot can almost be overcome by the charm and sweetness of its lead performers. The Space Between Us introduces a plot [...]

February 2, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
A Dog’s Purpose – Movie Review

A Dog’s Purpose – Movie Review

A Dog’s Purpose – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Universal Pictures The connection owners have with dogs makes it difficult for most films centered on the canine species to not go down a sad road. A Dog’s Purpose doubles [...]

January 27, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Gold – Movie Review

Gold – Movie Review

Gold – Movie Review Rating: C (Average) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Elevation Pictures It’s surprising Stephen Gaghan hasn’t had a major film released since Syriana, a smartly written look at the oil industry and troubles that come with it. He directed that [...]

January 26, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
The Red Turtle – Movie Review

The Red Turtle – Movie Review

The Red Turtle – Movie Review Rating: A- (Great) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy A-Z Films Studio Ghibli has throughout its over thirty year history mostly stuck to its inner circle with the animated features they have produced. The Red Turtle marks their [...]

January 25, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
Split – Movie Review

Split – Movie Review

Split – Movie Review Rating: C (Average) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Universal Pictures M. Night Shyamalan’s recent career path of financing low-budget films out of his own pocket is a noble effort to show his skills outside of the studio system. The [...]

January 20, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
lΛVΛl (Laval) – lΛVΛl l – Exclusive Stream

lΛVΛl (Laval) – lΛVΛl l – Exclusive Stream

Quebec is dropping its latest heavy hitter with the crushing riffs of Montreal’s lΛVΛl (formerly the Fashion Police). With some heavy metal powered by a supergroup of members from Trigger Effect and Mountain Dust to focus their efforts into the dense EP that is lΛVΛl l. With [...]

January 19, 2017 Album Releases
The Founder – Movie Review

The Founder – Movie Review

The Founder – Movie Review Rating: A- (Great) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Elevation Pictures With Saving Mr. Banks and now The Founder, John Lee Hancock appears to have found a knack for peeling away the behind-the-scenes events that shaped major American corporations. [...]

January 19, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES
KornuCopia – Unplug by Seven – Album Review

KornuCopia – Unplug by Seven – Album Review

It’s amazing what music can do for the soul. For Raw Zero the mastermind behind Toronto hard rock outfit KornuCopia, it saved him from a life of addiction, and several years later has found him with the album Unplug by [...]

January 18, 2017 Album Reviews, Toronto, Toronto bands
Matt Chanway – Self-titled – Album Review

Matt Chanway – Self-titled – Album Review

Coming from metal act Assimilation, Vancouver’s Matt Chanway has a lot to live up to on his self-titled solo record. The record shows a lot of amazing ability that metal heads will love and has enough of the style that [...]

January 17, 2017 Album Reviews, Metal, Vancouver bands
Camille Peruto – From the Sea to the Sky – Album Review

Camille Peruto – From the Sea to the Sky – Album Review

If you thought it wasn’t possible to mash influences from Muse, Taylor Swift and Paramore all into the same band, you clearly haven’t heard South Jersey’s Camille Peruto. On her new album From The Sea To The Sky Peruto showcases [...]

January 15, 2017 Album Reviews
J-Anthony – It’s Official – Video Review

J-Anthony – It’s Official – Video Review

Blues and soul don’t come together too often anymore, with Lenny Kravitz dropping albums slower and slower, and artists like Bruno Mars and Maroon 5 moving closer to pop with every album, getting that right mix of funky soul music [...]

January 14, 2017 Album Releases, Album Reviews, Video Single
20th Century Women – Movie Review

20th Century Women – Movie Review

20th Century Women – Movie Review Rating: B- (Okay) Trailer/Thumbnail Courtesy Elevation Pictures In Beginners, director Mike Mills employed an eclectic style of filmmaking to tell a fairly small story with a minimal set of characters. With 20th Century Women, [...]

January 13, 2017 Movie Reviews, MOVIES

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