End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday September 18, 2019

This week on End Credits, we’re going to talk about how we survived TIFF even though we didn’t actually attend this year. Still, that film festival has heavily influenced our slate this week, with a review of Hustlers, and some discussion about the movies with the buzz post-festival. Also, we’re going to talk about the new terms in the streaming wars, Jim Cameron’s kingly ambitions.  Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday September 18, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday April 3, 2019

This week on End Credits, we’re going to go back… Back in time! Instead of a new movies this week, we’re going to revisit an old movie. Heathers turns the big 3-0 this week, and we’re going to revisit this very complex film. Plus, we’re back on the Disney merger beat, we’ll discuss labour issues at movie theatres, and then we’ll look at another 90s remake, and the not so strange world of a filmmaker who might have lost their way. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday April 3, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 27, 2019

This week on End Credits, we’re going to fight that Oscars hangover to talk about who won what, and what we think about it. We’ll dedicated some time to our Oscars recap, and then we’ll move on to the aftermath, and what impact streaming services will have on awards season in the future. We’ll also talk about the best movie scores according to Pitchfork, and we’ll wrap up with a review of a rare non-Avatar related James Cameron project. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 27, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Thursday October 5, 2017

The impossible is finally happening this week on End Credits. For instance, we’ll review a Tom Cruise movie where everyone’s favourite self-serve stuntman finds himself in a role where he’s not on cruise control (pun intended). In the news, a certain sequel series finally begins production, although the jury’s still out for cynics as to whether or not we’ll ever see it, and Netflix may be home to the new Beachcombers, or a similarly appropriate piece of TV Canadiana. Finally, more bad news if you’re hoping that we’ve finally reached the bottom of the harassment barrel.  Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Thursday October 5, 2017”

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