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Toronto International Film Festival: The Rainbow Kid

Left alone after a family tragedy and afraid of being insti­tu­tion­al­ized, Eugene (Dylan Harman) takes inspiration from his favourite children’s book — where the hero sets out in search of the end of the rainbow — and heads out into the wide world by himself. 128 more words

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Exclusive: Andy Burns talks to Julian Richings about Ejecta

Julian Richings is one of Canada’s leading character actors. While you may not know his name, you most certainly recognize his face from many of the films and tv series’ he’s appeared in, including Supernatural, Hannibal, X-Men: The Last Stand, Man of Steel, and many, many more. 1,123 more words

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New Trailer Drops for Historical Horror Film, The Witch

Being described as creepy and disturbing, THE WITCH seems like the perfect film to shake off the endless formulaic horror movies being pumped out of Hollywood.  383 more words

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Exclusive: Andy Burns talks with Ejecta directors Matt Wiele and Chad Archibald

Ejecta is a science-fiction thriller that combines found footage and real film to create a unique viewing experience. Filmed on location in Collingwood, Ontario, Ejecta stars genre favourite Julian Richings as a reclusive writer/blogger Bill Cassidy, whose experience with extraterrestrials has him in the sights of a clandestine group who are eager to learn what he witnessed the night of a solar storm. 1,683 more words

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EJECTA (2014)

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This Sci-Fi thriller is written by Tony Burgess, who wrote the book the film… 613 more words

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“The Darker Side of Close Encounters.”

Tony Burgess’ Ejecta is at heart a tale about hubris, the variety of which that says Man is the center of the universe, couched in a story about a conspiracy theorist, who’s niche is aliens. 293 more words


"Patch Town" Review

Where do babies come from? It’s a question we’ve all asked at one point or another, and while there’s a very simple biological answer, we’ve all likely heard a response that is completely untrue. 454 more words