HARPOON Leaves Blood in the Water

Aristotle once categorized friendship into three types: utility, pleasure and “of the good”. The wry narrator of Rob Grant’s tropical thriller Harpoon suggests a fourth type; one where friends were once close, but only stay friends for appearances long after they’ve drifted apart.  After brutally beating up his best friend Jonah (Munro Chambers) under the […]

Long Shot (Review)

So this review comes a little later than intended, especially given that Long Shot had its wide release early last month. Nonetheless, this is for those of you who might still be able to catch it in theatres, or would otherwise like to catch it on DVD or online, because either way this surprisingly relevant, […]

We Will Stand Up – Review

Nearly all of Canada was rocked in August 2016 when 22 year-old Colten Boushie of the Red Pheasant First Nation was killed via bullet to the head on a farm in rural Saskatchewan. The country was rocked yet again when Boushie’s killer, farmer Gerald Stanley was found not guilty of second-degree murder in a Battleford […]