The Guardians (2011) – Andrew Pyper

  So I dug into another Andrew Pyper novel, I am really liking this guy’s work a lot. This one The Guardians, introduces us to four characters and friends, Trevor, who is the lead character of the novel, Randy, Carl and Ben. The group grew up together in a small western Ontario town called Grimshaw, where…

Results (2015) – Andrew Buljaski

  Opening today here in Toronto as well as other selected cities is this human-dramedy starring Cobie Smulders, Guy Pearce and Kevin Corrigan, as a trio of people who get mixed up in one another’s lives as all of them try to find that defining something that makes their lives worth living. Corrigan is Danny, recently moved to…

Sinister (2012) – Scott Derrickson

Alright, it took me a while to get around to seeing this one. I didn’t love it, but I certainly didn’t hate it. In a bit of a dick move, true crime writer Ellison Oswalt (Ethan Hawke), moves his family into a house that was the crime scene of the current book he’s working on,…

V – 30 Years On

The Visitors arrived 30 years ago this week. Kenneth Johnson’s aliens who came to earth posing as our friends while hiding not only a horrible appearance but an equally terrifying agenda premiered with the original mini-series V. The sad thing is, I wasn’t allowed to stay up and watch all of it, and we certainly…

Guidestones

  Sue and I discovered the web-series Guidestones at the Fan Expo Comic Con earlier this month, and have enjoyed every minute of it, from the storytelling to the hunting for clues. It’s a fan, interactive series, and one we wanted to follow-up on the moment we were introduced to it. So we sat down…

Why Aren’t You Watching Guidestones?

  You get out of life what you put into it, the same can be said of the Guidestones web-series. Now we’ve covered this awesome show already, however Sue and I just came off of a great interview with the series creator Jay Ferguson, and the two charismatic stars Supinder Wraich and Dan Fox, and…