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Toronto 2021 Review: THE MIDDLE MAN, A Deadpan Comedy about Life

The small midwestern town of Karmack is dying. Figuratively, as its principal industry, a rail-yard, have been lost to the vagaries of globalization. Also, quite literally, as there has been a lengthy string of fatal accidents that prompts the town...

Friday One Sheet: THE MIDDLE MAN

I remain committed to showcasing key art that makes good use of textured wallpaper. In this case, the poster is for a Canadian/Norwegian production from deadpan director Bent Hamer. Hamer's films are difficult to describe, oddball dramas, subtle comedies, ultra-niche...

Review: THE VOID, Grim, No-Nonsense Horror

Following its Frontieres market pitch a few years ago and a successful Indigogo campaign, The Void shot in Canada last year with Aaron Poole, Kathleen Munroe, Kenneth Welsh, Ellen Wong, and Art Hindle. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest 2016 in...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks PRISONERS, ART OF THE STEAL and WIZARD OF OZ 3D

Still recovering from the long hours of TIFF (and writing all these ScreenAnarchy reviews!) but managed to take in a screening during the fest of Denis Villeneuve's Prisoners and Jonathan Sobol's Art of the Steal. Also was thoroughly impressed with...

Motorcyle Daredevil Kurt Russell Steals My Heart In THE ART OF THE STEAL Trailer

Throughout his career, Kurt Russell has built up so much goodwill for me that I totally buy him as an aging motorcycle stunt driver turned master criminal in the first trailer for The Art of the Steal, which is set...