This week on End Credits, we’re back to school! Well, actually we never left because we record at CFRU on the University of Guelph campus. It should be more precise to say that school is back with us, and that means it’s fall, and that means it’s time for a different kind of movie slate. We’ll talk about those, and we’ll also dig into the streaming world for this week’s review, a delightful, so to speak, Canadian horror movie.
This Wednesday, September 5, at 2 pm, Adam A. Donaldson, and Candice Lepage will discuss:
Fall into Serious Movies. Fall is here, even if it doesn’t feel like it, but it’s that time of year when we say goodbye to the blockbusters, and hello to the serious movies that might likely be award contenders. For the first half of the show, we’ll talk about our five picks for movies we’re excited about seeing over the next couple of months, and why we’re excited to seem them.
REVIEW: The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2018). This is a story about demonic possession. Or is it? Maybe this is a story about teenage rebellion? Actually, that doesn’t quite fit either. What The Blackcoat’s Daughter is about, subtextually, is difficult to say, but what it is though is one of those quietly unnerving small horror movies that reminds you that the biggest jump scares are in your own imagination. Not bad for the son of Anthony Perkins, the man that made you scared to go into the shower…
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 2 pm.