At Least The Canadian Stuff Is Good

We’re getting closer to Christmas, which means everyone’s ramping up their big important awards bait … but it’s not so close that we can’t have some genre stuff, too. Still, this week is a pretty mixed bag.

Black Christmas: No press screening! But here’s hoping!

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open: Indigenous  two-hander is short, sharp. [Rad]

Jumanji: The Next Level: Still playing that game, huh kids? [Rad]

Kingsway: Bruce Sweeney gets back on form.

Midnight Family: Hot Docs hit finally opens here. [Kevin]

Richard Jewell: Clint Eastwood makes a decent movie!

Spiral Farm: Young woman in commune experiences … urges.

The Twentieth Century: John A. Macdonald gets trippy biopic. [Kevin]

I also reviewed the fourth season of The Expanse, which arrives on Amazon Prime Video today, and 6 Underground, a terrible new Netflix movie. You should watch The Expanse, it’s good.

And then carve out some time Sunday morning to join me at TIFF for the latest edition of Secret Movie Club! It’s a big one, is all I’m saying. You might want to be there.

… no, it’s not Cats. But god knows I tried.

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