2:22 (Review)

Canadian low-budget films can be good or bad. Before anyone assumes I’m talking about VBMF again, I assure you, I’m not. I’m talking about one of the strangest movies with the most mixed reviews ever. Already it felt like the opening credits went on for too long. That ends as our non-main character Paul gets […]

Coyote Run (Review)

No better way to start an old 90s film than with landscape shots of a small town and the sound of “Amazing Grace” on a trumpet, the first of many covers in the film. Already I’m bored. Wait, it changes to two guys coming to meet their drunk friend Pershing (Michael Pare) in a dilapidated […]

Alternate Routes (Series Review)

A Canadian produced series about exploring different places that make amazing vacation spots. Not just  in Canada, but places throughout the world including Guatemala, Costa Rica, Miami, New York, Yucatan, Western Canada and so much more. Every episode features insider interviews with vacationers, tourists, and even locals as they talk about the fun times to […]

Hitman 101 (Series Review)

Created by Scott Staven, Hitman 101 chronicles a week’s worth of adventures of a man (Georgie Daburas) who goes by the name of John Smith and assassinates certain targets as required by an unconfirmed source. In the beginning, he simply murders a toy collecting nerd in his condo and takes it over. From there on, […]

The Abs•Tract: Core Philosophy (Review)

In a complex world where relaxation, concentration, and exercising are considerably difficult, there is a new revolutionary new product to help with all these issues. It’s called the Abs•Tract and it not only implements brain exercises but it makes you more fit. In other words, all you have to do is think and you get […]

Wapos Bay (Review)

Join me around the fire as I tell you an (almost) ancient tale of a land where moral values were commonly explained to kids. Taking place in an aboriginal community somewhere in Northern Saskatchewan, Wapos Bay is a stop motion animation series featuring freaky talking toylike characters teaching edutainment values and being positive role models. […]