Intern (Retired) (Burlington, ON, Canada)
- Evan Attard is a film enthusiast, student of Writing, Business, and Digital Humanities at the University of Western Ontario, and guy who listens to music that nobody else cares about. Evan love art, design, storytelling, comic books, and almost anything else that comes from a talented creative mind (key word: almost). I’m also incredibly opinionated on everything from otters to the letter “c” (the English language should really just use “s” and “k”).
Japanese actor, Haruo Nakajima, passed away on Monday, August 7 at the age of 88, the victim of pneumonia, and while you may not know his name, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the character he played.
With two of Hollywood’s most talented working actors headlining a Steven King adaptation, what could possibly go wrong? Evidently, a lot.
The ninth installment of the Planet of the Apes franchise is among the rare few pictures that can unite all manner of film fans.
Spider-Man has always seemed to me the most relatable of the mainstream superheroes, and yet, despite my fond memories of the character, I wasn’t excited for Spider-Man: Homecoming. I have seldom been happier to be so entirely wrong.
Baby Driver is a movie with as many problems as it has car chases, but you ultimately won’t care about any of them as you’ll be too busy enjoying the ride.
With so many amazing films on the horizon, it can be difficult to know how to spend your dollars, so here is PureGrainAudio’s TOP 10 most anticipated movies for the latter half of 2017.
Fans of heavy metal have something to seriously look forward to, as the first trailer for the supernatural music thriller American Satan has just dropped online.
The best that can be said about The Mummy is that watching it likely won’t be a painful experience for anyone except Universal’s shareholders.
Alien: Covenant is the filmic equivalent of a greatest hits album made by someone with a flawed understanding of why fans love the band.