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[Review] – ‘Anti Matter’

July 23, 2017

Review: Kier Burrows’ first feature film is billed as a sci-fi take on Alice in Wonderland, but while the influence is certainly apparent, Anti Matter arguably has more in common with psychological thrillers such as Memento and...


  “You wouldn’t want to be caught in a movie theatre when Jesus comes back, would you?” I was born into an Amish Mennonite family in Ontario and I was forbidden to go to the movie theatre because ‘the devil lived there’. O...


[Review] – ‘Split’

January 23, 2017

Review: M. Night Shyamalan’s latest offering taps into Hollywood’s obsession with the controversial subject of Dissociative Identity Disorder (or DID), where multiple ‘alters’ or personas inhabit one body, creating a claustroph...


[Review] – ‘Arrival’

November 20, 2016

Review: It’s often said that there are no stories left to tell, only original ways to tell them, and while we’ve all seen countless alien invasion movies over the years, we’ve never seen anything like Dennis Villeneuve’s though...


Review: Eric Juhola’s documentary begins in 2013, six weeks before the Mathis Family from Fountain, a conservative town in Colorado, filed a lawsuit against Eagleside Elementary when the school refused their six year old, trans...


Here we Interview with Eric Juhola, director of Growing Up Coy, which won Best Documentary at this year’s Raindance Film Festival…  Eric, thank you for making time to speak to us! Can you tell us how the Mathis familyR...