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Movie Review: Art of Obsession

by Jeff Fountainon June 14, 2018
Horror is a unique genre that doesn’t have to scare you with just blood and guts. In fact, it’s usually the psychological aspect, be it the inner demon or wondering what the hell is around the corner that makes horror truly terrifying. Writer/ director Ryan M. Andrews takes the ‘screw with your mind’ route and […]
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Review: Fear the Walking Dead Heads into Unknown Territory in “No One’s Gone”

by Jeff Fountainon June 12, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD*   Fear the Walking Dead made a bold decision this year in terms of changing up the way it tells a story. By using a narrative that gives us information out of order, the viewer sees things unfold in a different way. For the most part, I believe this has made a positive […]

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Into the Badlands Review: Action and More Action in “Dragonfly’s Last Dance”

by Jeff Fountainon June 11, 2018
Season three has given fans a new and wonderful part of the mythology, that being the religious aspect surrounding Pilgrim and Cressida. However, even though there has been great plot twists and character development, it is good to remind people once and a while just how good the action is on this show. This week […]
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Fear the Walking Dead Review: “The Wrong Side of Where You Are Now”

by Jeff Fountainon June 6, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* The beginning of this season saw new characters introduced and a new storytelling format, that being jumping back and forth in regards to the timeline. While the new characters are still pretty interesting and add something to the show, the time jumps are now taking a toll on the overall vibe of […]

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Solo: A Lukewarm Star Wars Story

by Laura Cerroneon May 23, 2018
With the Star Wars franchise continuing to grow and branch off in to one-shots and satellite stories, there has been much apprehension about this the Solo spin-off one in particular. Marred by many production rumors (the acting coach hired for young Han Solo, Alden Ehrenreich, the departure of original directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller […]

Harry Potter in Concert: Prisoner of Azkaban

by Kaitlyn Smithon May 21, 2018
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra was back for round three last week with its orchestral performance of John Williams’ Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The GCE has had the pleasure of visiting the Sony Centre for the performances of both The Philosopher’s Stone and The Chamber of Secrets, and the next movie in the series […]

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Into the Badlands Review: Wonderful World Building in ‘Carry Tiger to Mountain’

by Jeff Fountainon May 21, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* This season is already much better than season two, mostly due to the introduction of some great characters, religious overtones, and some serious world building. Into the Badlands survived through some shaky moments in the first two scenes by relying on the incredible action and fight sequences. This season there is time […]
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Fear the Walking Dead Review: Mysteries, Death and Intrigue in ‘Just In Case’

by Jeff Fountainon May 21, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* I’ve got to hand it to Fear the Walking Dead, they sure know to keep its fan base guessing. From another possible character death to the surprise return (not really) of another character and the fate of Madison still a mystery, things are getting really interesting. One of the biggest questions still hanging […]

Deadpool 2 Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

by Kaitlyn Smithon May 17, 2018
NOTE: This article contains SPOILERS for Deadpool 2 Follow this link for a spoiler-free review of Deadpool 2. Each easter egg has been ranked from smallest to largest and each heading will include a – SPOILER WARNING. This list of course won’t include the countless jokes and one-liners that allude to popular culture, only things viewers should […]
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The Terror Review: Death and Starvation in “The C, the C, the Open C”

by Jeff Fountainon May 15, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* As predicted, the cannibalism comes out in full force this week and although it was foreshadowed numerous times, it was still horrifying to watch. That, coupled with saying goodbye to a few more characters made this a fascinating and disturbing episode, as The Terror continues to up the ante in terms of new […]