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Roomies is a stepping stone to Junkyard

Halifax Presents continues its series, speaking with local filmmakers to find out more about their films at this year's FIN Atlantic International Film Festival. In...

Kaila Bolton and the Queen of Chaos

With the 2020 FIN Atlantic International Film Festival going online, it is a prime opportunity for film lovers to check out some of the...

Taylor Olson follows his destiny with Bone Cage

Every so often, an actor seems destined to play a particular role. From all accounts, it was Taylor Olson's fate to not only perform...

Film review: Bill & Ted Face The Music is a most excellent reboot

It’s been nearly two decades since we last saw the lovable oafs Bill & Ted in their Bogus Journey, but seeing the aged faces...

Film review: Halifax filmmaker Thom Fitzgerald’s Stage Mother is a dazzling, delightful instant classic

If there’s one thing movie lovers have unequivocally yearned for in 2020, it’s escapism from the difficult world we face. Stage Mother won’t cure all...

Digital review: Halifax-shot Spinster boasts wonderful script and winning turn from Chelsea Peretti

Andrea Dorfman’s wonderful romantic-comedy Spinster defies genre tropes to give audiences one of the most unabashedly enjoyable films of 2020. A favourite at last year’s...

Film review: Nicolas Cage goes Primal in jaguar-on-a-boat B-movie delight

Nicolas Cage has long been a laughing stock in Hollywood. The Oscar-winning, once-formidable presence has been relegated to cheap, genre fare for a decade,...

Film review: Target Number One is a formidable feat of Canadian filmmaking

The very first film to release theatrically in Halifax Regional Municipality post-COVID lockdown is one hell of a welcome back for aficionados. Three-arc story Target...

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