Cutting-edge horror film Hereditary is a slow burn, creeping up on you in a haunting and dramatic cinematic crescendo of insanity.
Jo McLaren discusses her process when it comes creating mind-blowing stunt work, her incredible career, and working with a crew of powerhouse female leads to help create Paramount Pictures’ psychological sci-fi thriller Annihilation!
Here’s our review of the three-ring freak show that is Queens of the Stone Age who, along with Royal Blood, graced London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens with their legendary presence.
Monster Magnet is a band that belongs on its own planet. We spoke with Dave Wyndorf about the recent Napalm Records release, Mindfucker, comic books, weird words and more.
We had the incredible opportunity to catch up with Biffy Byford, lead singer of the British metal legends, Saxon, to chat about one of the group’s strongest albums to date, Thunderbolt, Priest, Killswitch and so much more!
Touring behind what is arguably their best album in a decade, Thunderbolt, British metal legends Saxon wowed the audience at London, ON’s Budweiser Gardens on March 27th.
If you’re wondering if seeing Nailbomb onstage was worth the wait, the answer is a roaring YES! Soufly also brought a handful of opening acts to kick things off to show audiences the spirit of metal is very much alive.
Let me tell ya, bud, there’s nothing quite like seeing the Letterkenny wrecking crew raise a brew to the crowd on St. Patrick’s Day in front of a live audience!
PureGrainAudio was fortunate enough to catch up with Cavalera about touring Point Blank almost twenty-five years after its release, the future of Soulfly, opening for the Ramones and the future of METAL!
Tonya Harding isn't so much famous as she is infamous and I, Tonya is a biopic that's as bold and bruising as Harding herself.
Call Me By Your Name truly excels by taking a very simple concept and giving it great emotional depth.
It's no wonder Gary Oldman has already won "Best Actor" at the Golden Globes because this is a plum performance after an already storied career.
If you're looking for the first great rock album of 2018, spark up a fat one and buckle up boys and girls, because simply put: THIS IS IT!
It's an emotionally-charged story that dives head first into how the band dealt with their final tour after lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.
Del Toro has magnificently managed to push his signature style into new creative territory with The Shape of Water, by making a cinematic love letter to old school Hollywood and gothic romance.
It's a bittersweet swan song from a cherished Canadian band that's as iconic to us as they are respected, but a beautiful send-off nonetheless.
If you're looking for an exciting new show with sharp laughs, then get stoned... err... ready for Crawford. The entire 12-episode first season is going to be binge-ready on February 2nd on the CBC TV App.
Ultimately, the film is a great message to anyone who wants to be creative.
It delivers a tale of good and evil, but this particular instalment doesn't deal in ANY clear-cut heroes and villains.
If this is Greta Gerwig finding her legs behind the camera, let her run like the wind, because Lady Bird is a winner.