The Talk Film Society team picks 13 films that don't have a hockey mask wearing psycho.
One of the most important guilds of awards season has named their picks.
A cat named Sir Lancelot, Halloween and MURDER; it's time for a party.
Ryan highlights ten trailers for 2016 films, some better than the films themselves.
Rob lists his favourites from the past year, including a few honorable mentions.
Some really surprising wins and touching tributes made for a great telecast.
2016 was a great year for film if you knew where to look.
Disney, Beyoncé and the new Christopher Guest get mentions.
Marcus guides us through the year's best poster art we'd love to frame.
It was a rough year, luckily the movies were good.
Rockie and Pat Healy give you some recommendations. Pay attention!
Rob writes on this very 1980s sci-fi comedy that is worth a look.
Ian takes a look at two more masters of Giallo; Fulci & Dallamano.
Don't change the channel, don't touch that dial, we got it all on UHF!
Sarah Jane looks at Jerzy Skolimowski's highly sexualized 70s feature.
On the first entry in the now legendary franchise, the making of an icon, and confronting evil.
Sondra Currie takes the mob to task in 1974's Policewomen.
Jessica Chastain follows up her feature film debut with two films, one a sharp thriller, the other not so much.
Nick selects three shorts similar to recent theatrical release A Monster Calls.
Harrison watches Martin Scorsese's 1990 gangster classic for his latest column.
HBO's hot new young pope show has premiered.