Matters of Canon

An image of the filmmaker David Yarovesky.A still of Bernie Casey and Sam Neill, with a madman looming behind them, from John Carpenter's In the Mouth of MadnessIn this week’s Someone Else’s Movie, I’m joined by David Yarovesky — director of Brightburn and the brand-new Nightbooks — to discuss the work of John Carpenter and Sam Neill, specifically as it relates to the work of Sutter Cane, in In the Mouth of Madness.

Do you … not read Sutter Cane? You’ll want to listen to this episode as soon as possible, then. Subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Play and Stitcher to get the episode instantly, or download it directly from the web.

And then you can move on to last Friday’s NOW What, which starts with an interview with Next Stop‘s Jabbari Weekes, Tichaona Tapambwa and Vanessa Adams about making the second season of their remarkable CBC Gem series, and ends with a post-mortem on Canada’s federal election from Enzo DiMatteo. Podcasts are awesome!

You’re probably also excited to read my review of Daniel Craig’s last  Bond movie, No Time to Die, which, I guess, okay. I should warn you that it runs about 1400 words. (And if you think that’s long, wait until you see the movie. Hoo boy.)

Also, there’s last week’s What to Watch digest, and the list of the 50 best movies to stream on Crave that Kevin and I spent most of last week writing. It’s also the end of the month, so our October lookaheads for Netflix, Crave, CBC Gem and Disney+ are all there for your perusal, with Amazon coming soon.

Enjoy ’em! I have more writing to do. And also I have to see the Venom sequel, which I understand is 73 minutes shorter than the Bond one. So that’ll be nice.

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