Brush Strokes on the Big Screen: An Interview with Rocco Gioffre by Kent Hill

There was a time when the artistry we see on the big screen was not generated by computers. There was a time when it was all hands-on; when talented artists and crafts people, put their skills to the test and pushed the limits of what was possible. They were behind the cameras and used techniques … Continue reading Brush Strokes on the Big Screen: An Interview with Rocco Gioffre by Kent Hill

ALL COP: A Fan’s Journey by Kent Hill

How important are fans to the longevity of a movie? The truth is – extremely important. Fans are the reason films have survived long past their initial release life. Coming from the age of VHS, we were the generation of watchers that gave cult status to films that would have faded if not for the … Continue reading ALL COP: A Fan’s Journey by Kent Hill

James Gunn’s Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2

James Gunn’s Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2, I’m happy to report, blows the first film right out of the water. There’s a subversive, wonderfully sarcastic sense of humour running through both films, as well as a boundlessly creative and colourful canvas of ideas both big and small, coalescing into something just this side of … Continue reading James Gunn’s Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2

THE MUMMY – A REVIEW BY J.D. LAFRANCE

Many cinephiles view director Stephen Sommers as the cinematic equivalent of Satan, and with everything that has gone horribly wrong with Hollywood blockbuster films. And, to be fair, with films like Van Helsing (2004) and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) on a not-too impressive resume (in fact, looking over his filmography, there’s only … Continue reading THE MUMMY – A REVIEW BY J.D. LAFRANCE

The Boondock Saints: A Retrospective Review by Nate Hill

The Boondock Saints is an interesting movie for me, as it’s kind of evolved along with my consciousness as I’ve gotten older. Some films you initially dislike, yet they grow on you gradually until you see them in a new light. Some films you are crazy about right off the bat, yet over time the … Continue reading The Boondock Saints: A Retrospective Review by Nate Hill