Enemy (Review)

Most of us are told from birth that we are special and unique individuals, but what if you discovered one day that you weren’t so singular after all? The subject of doppelgängers has been tackled many times in fiction, but Denis Villeneuve brings a subtlety and weight to the subject in his 2013 film, Enemy. […]

The Man Who Invented Christmas (Review)

In the nearly two centuries since it’s initial publication in 1843, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has spawned countless adaptions in nearly every medium from film, television and stage productions to immensely popular public readings by the author himself (a tradition now carried on by actors impersonating Dickens). It’s not hard to see why the […]

One Magic Christmas (Review)

Among the tidal wave of Christmas-themed content that hits our screens every holiday season, there are a few perennial favourites that stand out. You have your Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, along with endless adaptions of the Dickens potboiler Christmas Carol. But there are just as many, if not more underrated holiday stories that […]