It’s a remix, this week on End Credits! Before coming back with all-new movies and all-new episodes next week, we’ll take a dip into the archives to revisit an interview with a pair of local filmmakers, and we’ll revisit what may be the most contentious review we’ve ever done on the show.
This Wednesday, January 16, at 2 pm, Adam A. Donaldson will discuss:
The Heretics of Heretics. Horror is ‘it’ right now (pun intended). It’s hard to think of a hotter genre in cinemas right now, and that extends from big Hollywood studios, to small indie players like Guelph’s own Black Fawn Films. Last fall, End Credits got the chance to talk to Chad Archibald and Ry Barrett, the director and star of The Heretics, and discuss their indie cinema success, the grind of filmmaking, and Guelph’s fame on the international stage.
Re-REVIEW: Roma (2018). With awards for Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes, and Best Picture at the Critics’ Choice, Roma looks more and more likely to be a major player at this year’s Academy Awards, which would be a big win for Netflix, and another feather in the cap of Alfonso Cuaron. This week, we’ll hear again Adam and Peter’s slightly fractious review of Roma from back in December. Is it an emotionally personal story, or a cynical look at the past through rose-coloured glasses?
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 2 pm.