‘It’ movie about clowns comes alive in movie theatres, literally

Seeing others get scared by clowns when you’re not, might be fun for some people, but the condition known as Coulrophobia, or fear of clowns, can be frightening for those who suffer from it. Now with author Stephen King’s “It” remake film released September 18, 2017 featuring the killer clown, Pennywise, some people are intentionally dressing up as clowns and attending screenings.

Toronto cinemas have a blockbuster weekend

Line-ups snaking out the door, crowded stands filled with rambunctious fans, some wearing team-supporting shirts, but all excited and anticipating the show ahead of them. It sounds like the description of a sports game, but it actually details the scene that many cinemas saw this past weekend with the opening of The Twilight Saga: Breaking […]

Cineplex plans to serve drinks in more theatres

A spokesman for Toronto’s Cineplex has defended the company’s decision to serve alcohol in more of its movie theatres. Cineplex plans to add three new locations where patrons can buy alcoholic drinks. One location will be a standalone theatre at Shops and Don Mills. Another will be built on Queensway by 2013. And one will be built at Yonge and Eglinton by 2014. One already exists at the Varisty Theatre.