The feel and atmosphere of the silent film era is merged with cutting edge animation in this amazing, funny and charming story of togetherness, unity and belief. Rob Levy spins the wheels behind this feature.
How could an old-fashioned monster movie with vampires, werewolves, Frankenstein and Hugh Jackman possibly go wrong? Our garlic-toting man in Eastern Europe, Steve Stav, reveals the movie behind the hype in his review of Van Helsing.
Wrestling meets rubber suited monsters in a supposedly wicked good time...or is it? Phil Bailey is not quite convinced.
How do you review a very Canadian re-interpretation of the Dracula story done as a ballet? Why, you send in Carl F Gauze, of course.
In Shrek 2, our favorite ogre meets the in-laws -- and a hairball-suffering Mexican swordsman with an eye for the ladies. Can Shrek overcome Dad's disapproving eye? Probably not. But it's a sure bet that the green-tinted newlyweds -- with Antonio Banderas and Eddie Murphy watching their backs -- will thoroughly entertain their fans one more time. Steve Stav, our man in the Land of Far, Far, Away, explains why this fairytale-spoofing sequel is worth seeing twice.
In the Spring of 1999, Henry Rollins was challenged to appear each Wednesday for eight weeks, and give a different spoken word performance each time. Joe Frietze gives us the rundown on this DVD chronicle.