If you haven’t seen the Room yet, you are missing out on one of life’s most pivotal experiences. Luckily, there’s a screening in Montreal this weekend.
Beautiful to look at but lacking any depth, Divergent is best for filling the time between Hunger Games installments.
Montreal Rampage recently caught up with local film maker Eric Gaucher to discuss his latest film, “Sing Pedestrian Sing”, that will be screening at the 32 International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA).
Get to know other cultures through Montreal’s ethnographic film festival. Films are free and look at places ranging from our own backyard to Bangalore.
Character driven Stay sometimes fall prey to over-emphasis of contrast and home.
New film by Denis Villeneuve is a masterpiece of duality that looks at human nature’s dark side.
Directorial horror debut is a success for Jeremy Lovering, though not the most novel spin on the date-of-terror scenario.
Corporate minded Shape has taken over Radio Norfork. How can radio personality Alan Partridge use the situation to advance his career
Lasse Hallström’s return to Swedish cinema marred by clichés and focused on interpersonal drama rather than action.
Podz’ new film Miraculum overuses music and intensity, resulting in a bland film.
Liliane Hudecova lays down her picks for the best movies of 2013.
Barnaby’s film a raw, gritty look at a Mi-gMac community in the 70s with a compelling heroine at its heart.