Trailer Tracks: The Goonies (1985) – Richard Donner

Steven Spielberg and Richard Donner working with a script from Christopher Columbus created this great film that starred Josh Brolin, Sean Astin, Corey Feldman, Kerri Green and Martha Plimpton. I can’t remember how many times I’ve seen this one, I know I played the soundtrack on cassette so many times the lettering faded from it,…

The Great Chameleon (2012) – Goran Kalezic

Opening this week, with a premiere at the Royal Cinema this evening is Goran Kalezic’s new comedy, which he penned with the film’s lead Victor Altomare. Altomare plays Joe Murky, a bit of a crass criminal with a knack for being other people. When the feds learn that his niece was kidnapped and being held…

Catching Up With Paul Amos!

  Chatting with Paul Amos, star of Sex After Kids and known for playing Vex on Lost Girl, is always a delight, and this is the second time he’s joined us. I hope we’re establishing a regular visiting pattern…

The Omen (1976)

Another classic film brought to me by the 101 Horror Movies book. Once again, we are referring to the original of course, not the remake from 2006. All I can remember about that one is that it had Liev Schreiber, and I remembered I didn’t care for it. The original however, still gets the job…

Rare Exports

I know. It’s only April, so what the hell am I doing watching a movie about Santa Claus? Well… the short answer is I’ve wanted to see this Finnish film since I first heard about it. And now I have. I was simply delighted with this film. If you take equal parts Goonies, The Thing,…

A Pint and a Chinwag with Paul Amos

  Sue and I met and survived our first encounter with a Dark Fae. Paul Amos, who plays Vex on Lost Girl, graciously met us for drinks at C’est What, a gorgeous little pub here in Toronto We had a great talk about his fave movies, Canadian television and advertising, and of course Lost Girl,…

Episode 3 with Jeremy LaLonde

Welcome to our 3rd podcast! I should warn you there are spoilers ahead during our chat with Jeremy LaLonde but it is a lot of fun! The interview does seem to end rather abruptly, but the noise level in the pub, the gorgeous Dora Keogh on the Danforth, got a little too loud. We hope…