Saskatchewan-born comedian Brent Butt is currently on the road with his Almost a Movie Star stand-up tour, which stopped in Saskatoon on March 3. Best known for his TV series Corner Gas, Butt has recently taken a step towards the movies.
In a world overrun by technology and watched over by the internet, it seems that nothing is safe from the dreaded public leak — not even a script from high-profile director Quentin Tarantino.
Certain movies go beyond entertainment and capture a story that leaves a lasting impression on its audience. Directed by Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave is one of those movies.
Dallas Buyers Club finds an unlikely and often unlikable hero in Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) as he battles with an AIDS diagnosis and the Food and Drug Administration.
2013 is long gone, but it’s not too late to check out some of the films that did not get the credit they deserve and certainly earned a spot alongside the year’s greats.
Remembering the past is great but it shouldn’t consume your existence.
For many the horror genre has gotten to be stale and predictable, offering little in the way of scares. However, Korean horror films are bringing something new beyond the typical blood and gore offerings.
Those hoping to find the unsettling scares that made Insidious may be disappointed, but anyone hoping for an entertaining horror film that’s just as fun as it is scary need look no further.
Whedon’s take on Much Ado About Nothing stands as a welcome and novel addition to the director’s filmography.
Director Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae discuss the upcoming film with the Sheaf.