Canadian Film

Review: Algonquin

Jake Roulette (Mark Rendall) is an unhappy high school teacher who faces a new set of troubles when his father, a once successful wr...

Review: Afflicted

There are myriad potent words that can and should describe Afflicted-eerie, unpredictable, horrific – before getting to a trio of lo...

Review: The Husband

Bruce McDonald's comedic drama The Husband portrays the emotional struggle of a new father who is forced to deal with single parenth...

Review: Ice Soldiers

Directed by Sturla Gunnarson, Ice Soldiers is a Canadian sci-fi thriller about three genetically modified Russian soldiers whose des...

Review: The Dirties

Matt and Owen, two best friends and avid cinephiles, attend school each day with the worry of being harassed by a group of bullies t...

Review: Watermark

Directors Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky, who collaborated for Manufactured Landscapes a few years back, return with a photo...

Review: Margarita

A 20-something nanny and illegal immigrant in Canada, Margarita finds herself in love with her girlfriend and her job, but strugglin...

Review: Old Stock

An old soul, 20-something Stock Burton has been residing in a retirement home with his grandfather and assorted elderly company for...