Ariel Fisher

Ariel Fisher is a freelance writer, editor, and podcaster from Toronto, Ontario. She has written for Toronto Film Scene, Sound on Sight (now PopOptiq), and Rue Morgue Magazine, and currently contributes to Fangoria Magazine and Birth.Movies.Death. She participated in BBC Culture’s 2017 poll of the 100 greatest comedies of all time as well as their 2018 poll of the 100 greatest foreign-language films. She co-hosts, edits, and produces After All: A Mary Tyler Moore Podcast, a cross-generational podcast exploring the social, political, and personal impact of the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Previous podcasts include A Frame Apart, a weekly podcast which compared and contrasted films across various genres in obscure ways. She was published in Spectacular Optical’s “Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television”.

Avengers: Endgame Review

TL;DR – You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll want to watch it again minutes after it’s done. Die-hard fans will be happy, as will the uninitiated masses who are just looking to have a good time.

I promise this is 100% spoiler free! So read with confidence.

MADE | NOUS Initiative

It’s about time we start taking credit for the amazing work Canada has to offer in the entertainment industry. Enter the MADE | NOUS Initiative.

Chucky’s Back In The New CHILD’S PLAY Trailer

The red-headed menace from hell is back with a new twist and a new lease on ending life in the latest Child’s Play trailer!

To Donate or Not To Donate, That is the Quandary

I wrote this essay two years ago when I had to renew my health card, and have been hiding it in the depths of my computer ever since. I finally got up the courage to show it to Bob, my partner in life and Podcasting (he co-hosts, produces, and edits A Frame Apart with...

Episode 5 – Eat Your Darts: The Godfather

This week on A Frame Apart we’re changing it up yet again! We do that, sometimes. This week we introduce a brand new format we literally just came up with called “Eat Your Darts”, wherein we take a classic/important film we’ve either never seen or haven’t seen in a...