Top 10 Worst ‘South Park’ Episodes

South Park is one of the finest comedic series ever made. Period. Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s crudely animated creation has acquired its share...

Buffyversed #36: “Anne” is Not the Season Premiere We Were Looking For

Season premieres are generally not Buffy the Vampire Slayer's strong suit. If "When She Was Bad" wasn't evidence enough for you, then I submit for your approval exhibit B: "Anne."
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TIFF 2017: ‘Lady Bird’ Is A Coming-Of-Age Classic

'Lady Bird' isn’t a great film for new director, it’s a great film. Period.

5 Wholesome Anime That Will Leave You Smiling

It's October, which means Fall season anime are finally kicking into gear! You may be looking for a good show to relax with or...

The Top Ten Space Opera Comics

Before advances in visual effects, comic books and strips were arguably the best places to experience epic stories of swashbuckling heroes, princesses, and extraterrestrials in galaxies far, far away.
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With ‘The Woods’ Sugar Pine 7 Show Their Incredible Filmmaking Expertise

The Woods is highly recommended viewing for both fans of Sugar Pine 7, and for fans of horror content in general. They capture the essence of a slasher film, and mix it with the desperation found in isolation.

TIFF 2017: ‘Hostiles’ Is A Merciless Look Into The Horrors Of The American West

Hostiles is an admirably executed work about accessing the damage done to the collective psyche of western America in the late 19th century.

‘Scream 4′ is bloodier, smarter, better and just plain scarier than all three before...

For genre enthusiasts, Scream is a hard left lead followed by a right cross, a horror movie that slices it’s way through expectations and, a sequel that takes a stab at altering the shape of horror films for another decade.

Lightning Has Struck Twice in Season 2 of ‘Stranger Things’

Despite some rocky bumps along the way, Stranger Things continues to impress with a fantastic second season.
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Reel Asian International Film Festival 2017 Preview

The 21st annual Reel Asian International Film Festival runs from November 9 to 18, in Toronto and North York.