Infidelity darkness faithfully shown

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Infidelity+darkness+faithfully+shown/9699378/story.html/ Infidelity’s darkness faithfully shown BY KATHERINE MONK, POSTMEDIA NEWS APRIL 4, 2014 The Husband 3½ out of 5 Directed by: Bruce McDonald Starring: Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, Sarah Allen As if the reality of the situation weren’t bad enough, but even the word is humiliating: Cuckold. The word has barbs that catch the skin like a […]

Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos on The Husband

Trista DeVries of Toronto Film Scene interviews director Bruce McDonald and star Maxwell McCabe-Lokos. http://thetfs.ca/2014/03/14/bruce-mcdonald-maxwell-mccabe-lokos-husband/#.UyNLn16VaKx BRUCE MCDONALD AND MAXWELL MCCABE-LOKOS ON THE HUSBAND BY TRISTA DEVRIES MARCH 14, 2014 The Husband is the latest film from prolific Canadian filmmaker Bruce McDonald. Paired with lead actor and co-writer Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, a film about a man jilted […]

Review: The Husband

Emily Andersen of Scene Creek reviews THE HUSBAND. http://scenecreek.com/reviews/review-husband/ Review: The Husband By Emily Andersen | March 13, 2014 4 Stars Bruce McDonald’s comedic drama The Husband portrays the emotional struggle of a new father who is forced to deal with single parenthood after his wife has been imprisoned for sleeping with a minor. Henry […]

The Husband Review

Andrew Parker of Dork Shelf reviews THE HUSBAND. http://dorkshelf.com/2014/03/14/the-husband-review/ THE HUSBAND REVIEW By Andrew Parker March 14, 2014 A coal black comedy from Canadian filmmaking powerhouse Bruce McDonald with an exceptional script and breakout leading performance from Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, The Husband takes a long hard look at what makes a person a monster and the […]

‘The Husband’ Movie: Director Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos Together Again

Moviefone Canada talks with director Bruce McDonald and star Maxwell McCabe-Lokos. http://news.moviefone.ca/2014/03/14/the-husband-movie-bruce-mcdonald-maxwell-mccabe-lokos-interview/ ‘The Husband’ Movie: Director Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos Together Again Posted March 14th, 2014 9:30AM by Rick Mele Twenty-five years ago, director Bruce McDonald first burst onto the Canadian film scene with his debut feature, the cult classic “Roadkill.” And in the […]

The Husband – Grid Rating

The Grid TO rates THE HUSBAND 7/10. http://www.thegridto.com/culture/film/the-husband/ FRI MAR 14, 2014 FILM The Husband BY: JASON ANDERSON GRID RATING: 7/10 Starring Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, Sarah Allen. Written by Kelly Harms, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos. Directed by Bruce McDonald. 14A. 80 min. Opens March 14 at TIFF Bell Lightbox. The torments weighing on the mind and soul of […]

The Husband: Portrait of an unlovable loser you’ll still want to root for

Geoff Pevere gives THE HUSBAND 3 Stars in The Globe and Mail. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/film-reviews/the-husband-portrait-of-an-unlovable-loser-youll-still-want-to-root-for/article17470918/ The Husband: Portrait of an unlovable loser you’ll still want to root for 3 Stars Geoff Pevere Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Mar. 14 2014, 12:01 AM EDT • Directed by Bruce McDonald • Written by Kelly Harms, Maxwell […]

The Husband

John Semley talks ‘The Husband’ in NOW Magazine. http://www.nowtoronto.com/movies/story.cfm?content=197020 The Husband Wedded bliss By JOHN SEMLEY THE HUSBAND (Bruce McDonald). 80 minutes. NOW RATING: NNNN Writer, producer and ex-Deadly Snake Maxwell McCabe-Lokos plays Henry: slight, wiry, bug-eyed and balding, onscreen for what feels like 100 per cent of The Husband’s run time. His wife (Sarah […]

Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos

Norman Wilner talks with director Bruce McDonald and star Maxwell McCabe-Lokos for NOW Magazine. http://www.nowtoronto.com/movies/story.cfm?content=197077 Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos Director and actor/writer, The Husband By NORMAN WILNER It’s the first day of the spring thaw, and Bruce McDonald and Maxwell McCabe-Lokos are sitting in a Liberty Village townhouse feeling cautiously optimistic – both about […]