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Review: It’s ‘Spring’ and all manner of love is in the air Special

‘Spring’ is a romantic creature feature in which a man desperately tries to win the heart of his vacation fling who is a bit more concerned about her fluctuating flesh.

Review: New on DVD for May 19 Special

This week’s releases include the all-encompassing collection of an HBO sensation; an Oscar hopeful that sparked some controversy; an exceptional Russian drama; and an animated musical with a familiar soundtrack.

Review: ‘Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play’ cleverly brightens the darkness Special

‘Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play’ is a little light on ‘The Simpsons’ content, but still a very inventive and entertaining adaptation of the beloved TV show.

Review: Period TV and offbeat comedies comprise this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include complete series of classic TV shows; an Oscar-winning performance; fresh perspectives on contrary lifestyles; and several offbeat comedies.

Review: ‘Phoenix’ is a compelling mystery and uneasy love story Special

‘Phoenix’ takes a dual meaning when a woman is reincarnated after a disfiguring incident and finds her estranged husband employed at a nightclub of the same name.

Review: ‘Maggie’ is the civilized approach to a zombie picture Special

‘Maggie’ is one of the most realistic and relatable film representations of a zombie/viral outbreak told through the relationship of a father and his infected daughter.

Review: A double edition of New on DVD for May 5 Special

This week’s releases include the original ‘Mad Max’; his bear-y adorable antithesis; complete sets of some of TV’s best; and a couple of Oscar nominees showcasing their merit.

Review: The Inateck HB4009 'Magic Hub' is one unique USB expansion

Most USB hubs have a very simple purpose. They allow you to add more USB ports to your computer by connecting a dongle to one of the existing ports. The Inateck HB4009 has some rather different functionality though including clipboard and mouse sharing.

Review: Hot Docs’ ‘World Showcase’ provides new takes on war & violence Special

War and the effects of violence is of particular interest in this year’s Hot Docs “World Showcase” program, ranging from historical accounts to stories related to recent to headlines to a worldwide concern.

Google Maps shows an Android peeing on an Apple logo in Pakistan

An image of an Android urinating on an Apple logo has been spotted on Google Maps. Clearly visible on the company's renowned mapping service, it is joined by a message nearby that pokes fun at Google's content review policies.

Review: Hot Docs’ 'Special Presentations' demands your attention Special

Hot Docs’ “Special Presentation” section features several stories from which we can learn and highlights some issues we can still change.

Review: Hot Docs’ 'Show me the Funny' showcases stand-up & sketch comedy Special

Documentaries have a reputation of being serious, but Hot Docs’ “Show me the Funny” program demonstrates they can have a humorous side too.

Review: Hot Docs’ 'Screen on Screen' puts movies at the forefront Special

Film is a medium that can often be self-reflexive, analysing itself and its players. These types of documentaries are slotted into Hot Docs’ “Screen on Screen” program.

Review: Hot Docs’ 'Nightvision' pushes film subjects to the outer limits Special

Hot Docs’ “Nightvision” program is for films that choose to exist outside the box, including those that capture gruelling tests of the human condition and the UN’s official strategy to handle an alien’s arrival.

Review: What’s 'Next' at this year’s Hot Docs Special

Hot Docs’ “Next” program takes fans behind-the-scenes to discover little know secrets about pop culture phenomena, all while being creative themselves.

Review: 'Canadian Spectrum' is Hot Docs’ salute to home Special

Hot Docs shines a spotlight on homegrown documentaries in its “Canadian Spectrum” program, which’s subjects extend beyond the country’s borders.

Review: New on DVD for April 21 Special

This week’s releases include great horror contributions from the past and present; an epic release for an epic film; some of the earliest and hottest dance battles; and an unconventional turn for Ryan Reynolds.

Review: Inateck BTSP-10 Plus is an all-purpose Bluetooth speaker

The Inateck BTSP-10 Plus Bluetooth speaker is a high-performance, portable wireless speaker for audiophiles listening to music while at home and on the move. It gives good sound quality while still being small enough to take out with you.

Review: ‘Unfriended’ is more than just the latest gimmicky horror flick Special

‘Unfriended’ brings social commentary back to the horror genre, while simultaneously offering a unique viewpoint for audiences.

Review: ‘Beyond the Reach’ is grasping for solid ground

Hunting and surviving become interchangeable in the thriller, ‘Beyond the Reach,’ when two men become cornered animals in the middle of nowhere.

Review: The Inateck BK1003E Bluetooth keyboard makes mobile typing easy

The Inateck BK1003E Bluetooth keyboard is a sleek and stylish portable keyboard for use with your mobile devices when on the go. It can be slung into a bag and makes typing on the move much easier.

Review: The Inateck BR1001 lets you stream music to any speakers

The Inateck BR1001 Bluetooth audio receiver lets you play music wirelessly from a mobile device through any set of speakers. It is a useful addition to the home of any tech-lover and can also be used while on the move.

Review: King of Cool and Queen of Sass featured in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a gripping miniseries about a missing child; two documentaries about larger-than-life men; a classic starring Bette Midler and James Caan; a notable action movie; and four classic TV shows in their entirety.

Review: ‘The Salt of the Earth’ combines the art of film and photography Special

‘The Salt of the Earth’ is a riveting documentary chronicling the life and art of social and nature photographer, Sebastião Salgado.

Review: ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ is a grand achievement times three Special

Olivier Assayas’ ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ is an intelligent and incredibly self-reflexive film, featuring stellar performances by Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloë Grace Moretz.

Review: ‘Danny Collins’ is a charmer until the end Special

In ‘Danny Collins,’ Al Pacino once again steps into the shoes of an aging performer, but this time with more humour and compassion.

Review: ‘The Longest Ride’ goes on far too long Special

‘The Longest Ride’ lives up to its title, feeling like a drawn out love story starring two people who aren’t at all convincing as a couple.

Review: New on DVD for April 7 Special

This week’s releases include a historical saga that exemplifies resilience; an understated narrative about integrity; a young and irresponsible Richard Gere; and a friendship built on violence.

Review: ‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’ is a blur of fact and fiction Special

‘Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter’ is a stunning film based on the real-life story of a young Japanese woman who took a similar disclaimer at the start of a movie too literally.

Review: ‘Furious 7’ gives fans everything they want and then some Special

‘Furious 7’ delivers everything fans have come to expect from the franchise with even crazier stunts and hotter cars, as well as a continued focus on the importance of family.
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