Andy Muschietti’s film gets childhood right but fails to deliver adequate dread.
We spoke to actress Alice Lowe about playing an anti-super-heroine in her directorial debut (while seven months pregnant).
The debut feature film by Jordan Peele (Key & Peele) uses genre tropes to deliver some timely satire.
The holiday edition of the geek culture convention brings cosplayers, fans and shoppers to Palais des Congrès.
Reviews of two impressive but very different horror films, from the U.S. and Korea, screening at the genre film fest.
The all-female reboot of Ghostbusters is getting very mixed reviews, and it’s been noted that male critics have been especially hard on it.
Of all the films to come about this year’s U.S. election, it’s unlikely that any of them will capture the chaos and paranoia of 2016 as well as this.
Big premieres, very special guests, Montreal buzz movies and loads of weird, twisted cinematic fun at the festival this year.
Top-flight indie talent can’t save The Lazarus Effect from feeling like a deadly serious mismash of everything from The Exorcist to Paranormal Activity.
We’re giving away 50 double passes to the see this new horror film starring Olivia Wilde, Mark Duplass and Donald Glover on Feb. 26.