Toronto rap artist Rel McCoy is set to release his album ‘Gas Money’ on June 10th, 2016. Check out our exclusive audio debut of the title track from that record, produced by Lancecape right here! PLUS, we have an exclusive interview to talk the single, album and much more.
From BBC One, Netflix, 42 and directors Noam Murro (300: Rise of an Empire) and Pete Dodd (Frankenweenie) comes the highly anticipated CG animated four-part mini-series Watership Down, based on the novel by Richard Adams. It stars James McAvoy as Hazel, Nicholas Hoult as Fiver, Sir Ben Kingsley as General Woundwort, John Boyega as Bigwig, Gemma Arterton as Clover, Miles Jupp as Blackberry, Freddie Fox as Captain Holly, Olivia Colman as Strawberry and Anne-Marie Duff as Hyzenthlay. Watership Down is set for a 2017 debut on BBC One in the UK and Netflix everywhere else.
[Press Release] With just a few hours until showtime, the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo has called in reinforcements – “Agent Coulson”, Clark Gregg, from the Marvel Universe will be appearing at Calgary Expo on Friday, April 29 (hours: 1-9pm).
From Netflix and writers Michael Showalter and David Wain comes the SEQUEL to the cult classic film – Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. Starring Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Michael Showalter, Elizabeth Banks, Janeane Garofalo, Christopher Meloni, Michael Ian Black, Ken Marino, Molly Shannon, Marguerite Moreau, Zak Orth, A.D. Miles and Joe LoeTruglio, the eight-episode mini-series is set to debut in 2017.
From Warner Bros. Animation, producer Bruce Timm and featuring stars Kevin Conroy as The Dark Knight as well as Mark Hamill reprising his famous role as The Joker comes Batman: The Killing Joke. The animated feature is slated to hit DVD/Blu-ray and digital in late 2016.
Season 6 of Game of Thrones is upon us, with fans excited at what the latest episodes should have in store for us. The previous season saw the programme set a new record for Sky Atlantic, managing over 1.5 million views, which is why there is so much anticipation regarding the latest series. There are a lot of questions to be asked, will Jon Snow come back? Was Stannis definitely killed? What will happen with Cersei? And who will win the battle for the Iron throne? Plus, many more, but the all action style and drama that accompanies the show makes it a must watch for viewers.
It is the last Wednesday of the month, which means its a big one for new comics. So if you are like me and still reading through the stack of comics from the last couple weeks, better make some room for these new titles avaiable at your local comic shop.
From Crowsnest Films, director/writers Trevor Smith, John Kerr, cinematographer Sean Smith and editor Ken Filewych, comes the documentary the smalls: forever is a long time. The film is playing in select theatrical showings across Canada with a home release pending.
From 20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer comes X-Men Apocalypse. Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Oscar Isaac, Olivia Munn, Evan Peters and more. The film is due for release May 27th.
At first I didn’t like The Huntsman: Winter’s War. Then, as I kept watching, it seemed to find its footing a bit and I began to see that there was a great movie in here, struggling to get out. What’s more, I had this nagging feeling that I’d seen this great movie before. Near the end of the movie, I realized where I’d seen it – in the trailer. At 2 minutes, 30 seconds, the trailer for The Huntsman, Winter’s War, was a gorgeous cinematic masterpiece. What I saw this afternoon was the same film except it was 113 minutes too long. Read more
Exclusive: During their recent Lethbridge stop on the Canadian Juggalo Invasion Tour that also featured Twiztid and Lex The Hex Master, I had the chance to interview Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Boondox before the show on the tour bus in what was one of the most laid back and coolest in-person interviews that I’ve ever had.
One of Sony’s biggest flagship titles, Ratchet and Clank is making a comeback on PS4 in an unusual way. Its the game based on a movie, based on a game… It all sounds rather odd but don’t worry, it totally works. Read more