Canadian Cinema Week
I'm trying something new for the next couple of weeks here at IRBWM (I don't think that acronym's gonna stick, but it was worth a shot): theme weeks. For the next two weeks – and possibly beyond – the DVD reviews here will share a theme. This week is Canadian Cinema Week. We're starting off with an excellent little indie romantic comedy released as YPF in the U.S.A. (find out its more risqué Canadian title tomorrow), followed by the recent adaptation of legendary Canadian author Margaret Laurence's classic novel The Stone Angel, starring Oscar-winner Ellen Burstyn. Following that, to celebrate Halloween, I'll be doing Horror Movie Week, featuring reviews of new horror DVDs for the fright flick The Strangers as well as the three-disc set for Rob Zombie's remake of Halloween. Stay tuned, kids...
Labels: Theme weeks
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