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  • Upside Down is a very bad movie wrapped in a somewhat pretty looking package. It’s a botched fairy tale for the young adult set based around a universe so superficially...

    Movie Review: Upside Down

    Upside Down is a very bad movie wrapped in a somewhat pretty looking package. It’s a botched fairy tale for the young adult set based around a universe so superficially...

  • Shortly after a scene in the abysmal comedy The Big Wedding where a character first gets the idea to lose his virginity to a character that’s technically his step sister,...

    Movie Review: The Big Wedding

    Shortly after a scene in the abysmal comedy The Big Wedding where a character first gets the idea to lose his virginity to a character that’s technically his step sister,...

  • In the third part of our Hot Docs 2013 preview we take a look at The Manor, ALIAS, and The Devil’s Lair. The Manor Special Presentations Directors : Shawney Cohen...

    Hot Docs 2013 Preview Pt. 3: The Manor, ALIAS, and The Devil’s Lair

    In the third part of our Hot Docs 2013 preview we take a look at The Manor, ALIAS, and The Devil’s Lair. The Manor Special Presentations Directors : Shawney Cohen...

  • Hot Docs 2013 kicks off tomorrow, April 25, and with documentary fans eagerly awaiting some of the best that the world of documentary filmmaking has to offer, we take a...

    Hot Docs 2013 Preview Pt. 2: Before the Revolution, In the Shadow of the Sun, and Tiny: A Story About Living Small

    Hot Docs 2013 kicks off tomorrow, April 25, and with documentary fans eagerly awaiting some of the best that the world of documentary filmmaking has to offer, we take a...

  • With the 20th edition of Hot Docs getting ready to take over the theatres and city streets of Toronto from April 25 through May 5, documentary fans are getting ready...

    Hot Docs 2013 Preview Pt. 1: The Women and the Passenger, Alcan Highway, and Furever

    With the 20th edition of Hot Docs getting ready to take over the theatres and city streets of Toronto from April 25 through May 5, documentary fans are getting ready...

  • Everyone’s favorite stoner duo is back – and animated – in CHEECH & CHONG’S ANIMATED MOVIE, rolling its way onto Blu-ray and DVD April 23 from Twentieth Century Fox Home...

    Win a Blu-ray copy of CHEECH & CHONG’S ANIMATED MOVIE

    Everyone’s favorite stoner duo is back – and animated – in CHEECH & CHONG’S ANIMATED MOVIE, rolling its way onto Blu-ray and DVD April 23 from Twentieth Century Fox Home...

  • The home entertainment landscape is a moving target as we get further and further into the realm of different ways to consume television. With the success of DVD box sets...

    Delving into ‘Hemlock Grove’ with Famke Janssen and Dougray Scott

    The home entertainment landscape is a moving target as we get further and further into the realm of different ways to consume television. With the success of DVD box sets...

  • We here at Criticize This have been sitting on a series of record store profiles for a while, and with today being the simply named Record Store Day, there is...

    Toronto Record Store Profiles: Beach Sound

    We here at Criticize This have been sitting on a series of record store profiles for a while, and with today being the simply named Record Store Day, there is...

  • Netflix Canada premiered their creepy original series HEMLOCK GROVE today and to celebrate they’ve hooked us up with an amazing prize pack to give away to one of our readers....

    Win a HEMLOCK GROVE Netflix prize pack

    Netflix Canada premiered their creepy original series HEMLOCK GROVE today and to celebrate they’ve hooked us up with an amazing prize pack to give away to one of our readers....

  • Some might claim that there’s nothing funny about the apocalypse, but there are plenty of comedians who would disagree. This summer alone Seth Rogen and his gang of misfits will...

    Interview: Director Todd Berger talks ‘It’s a Disaster’

    Some might claim that there’s nothing funny about the apocalypse, but there are plenty of comedians who would disagree. This summer alone Seth Rogen and his gang of misfits will...

  • Tonally, Quentin Dupieux’s Wrong isn’t very far removed from the anarchic spirit of his previous film, Rubber. But whereas that film dealt with a killer tire that could kill people...

    Movie Review: Wrong

    Tonally, Quentin Dupieux’s Wrong isn’t very far removed from the anarchic spirit of his previous film, Rubber. But whereas that film dealt with a killer tire that could kill people...

  • After bowing at Fantastic Fest and Toronto After Dark in 2011, the little independent no-budget Canadian film that could has been chugging along and building a fairly large cult following...

    The Myth of ‘Manborg’

    After bowing at Fantastic Fest and Toronto After Dark in 2011, the little independent no-budget Canadian film that could has been chugging along and building a fairly large cult following...

  • This movie stays with you for days after watching it, as only the most interesting stories do. Writer/director/actor/composer Shane Carruth garnered much attention with his first feature Primer. His much...

    Movie Review: Upstream Color

    This movie stays with you for days after watching it, as only the most interesting stories do. Writer/director/actor/composer Shane Carruth garnered much attention with his first feature Primer. His much...

  • In a boardroom on the basement level of Toronto’s Intercontinental Hotel the morning after the debut of his latest film at TIFF, writer and director Derek Cianfrance is incredibly relaxed...

    Interview: Derek Cianfrance talks ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’

    In a boardroom on the basement level of Toronto’s Intercontinental Hotel the morning after the debut of his latest film at TIFF, writer and director Derek Cianfrance is incredibly relaxed...

  • Toronto’s own Tonya Lee Williams, who many will recognize as Olivia from the Young and the Restless, founded the not-for-profit ReelWorld Film Festival in 1999, running this weekend at the Famous...

    What’s hot this weekend at ReelWorld 2013

    Toronto’s own Tonya Lee Williams, who many will recognize as Olivia from the Young and the Restless, founded the not-for-profit ReelWorld Film Festival in 1999, running this weekend at the Famous...