Film Talk

REVISITING THE DOORS (1991)

By Marie-Renee Goulet By far, one of the best Rock and Roll biographical movies ever made. “I think of myself as an intelligent, sensitive human being with the soul of a clown which always forces me to blow it at the most important moments.” – Jim Morrison Fresh off the success of Platoon (1986), Wall…

ARMCHAIR TRAVEL AND MOVIES THAT INSPIRE THE TRAVEL BUG: PART FOUR – SAND AND SURF

By Craig Leask When winter arrives and we are all forced inside (particularly those of us who live in colder climates), who doesn’t like escaping to a good movie showing brilliant cloudless skies, crystal clear water, endless beaches and romantic sunsets? This article investigates films that show off the beauty and brilliance of sunny locations,…

ARMCHAIR TRAVEL AND MOVIES THAT INSPIRE THE TRAVEL BUG: PART THREE – GREAT BRITAIN

By Craig Leask Great Britain, generally known for gloomy black and white mysteries (think Agatha Christie, Sherlock Holmes and Jack the Ripper), flowery Jane Austin period pieces, films involving large medieval fortresses, Royal dramas, and – let’s face it – anything to do with Harry Potter. This article looks at films that show off the…

PODCAST #030 – ALTERNATIVE COMIC BOOK MOVIES (FT. PETER HATCH)

By Nick Maylor On this episode of the podcast, I sit down with Peter Hatch of Deformed Lunchbox to talk about non-traditional/superhero films based on comic books and graphic novels. Check out our official YouTube channel for all of our podcast episodes. Nick MaylorNick is an actor/writer/comedian/musician from Hamilton, ON Canada. Having been a film…