And the Oscar Goes To…

Wilfred Moeschter: Every year, Molly and I compete to correctly predict the most Oscar winners. Molly Simpson: Here’s a sneak peek at the action – 50-word reviews of 2017’s Best Picture nominees, and which one we think will win! You know I hate revealing my picks before the ceremony. And I love it! I’ll start…

The Phantom Actress: A Review of Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Phantom Thread’

Image courtesy of Collider Paul Thomas Anderson is sometimes criticized for his lack of well-written female characters—this criticism is duly noted, but let’s not suggest Anderson writes bad female characters. When he does take the opportunity to develop a female character, he does it bloody well. Whether it be in Boogie Nights (1997) with passionate performances…

“The Killing of a Sacred Deer” Movie Review

The Killing  of a Sacred Deer – Image courtesy of the Telegraph Wilfred Moeschter: Hey everyone, Wilf here. Molly and I saw The Killing of a Sacred Deer, along with a friend of mine who we’ll call Adam and who will be our guest reviewer. Adam: What the fuck was that movie!? Molly Simpson: It was, among…

mother! Movie Review

Molly Simpson: I went into the movie very excited to see it. Darren Aronofsky is one of my favourite directors and while I was disappointed by Noah, I thought mother! would be a return to form. That said, I also went into mother! completely blind. I hadn’t seen a single trailer—I only knew the cast…

The Cineforum: Reg Hartt and Toronto’s Alternative Film Scene

If you’re a Toronto resident, or have been on campus for the past month and a half, you have probably seen flyers made by Reg Hartt. They’re in black and white, with titles in big black letters and quotes from different sources, that promote Hartt and his screenings. They also feature images, the most prominent…

The Innis Herald Goes to the Movies: The Toronto Jewish Film Festival

This article is a part of a larger series, ‘The Innis Herald Goes to the Movies’, in which we review films, discuss film festivals, and cover other local movie-related news. As Innis College has such a thriving film community, we at the Herald will strive to capture this energy through this series. Look forward to…