Author Archives: Dave Voigt

About Dave Voigt

David Voigt is a Toronto based writer with a problem and a passion for the moving image and all things cinema. Having moved from production to the critical side of the aisle for well over 10 years now at outlets like Examiner.com, Criticize This, Dork Shelf, to.Night Newspaper he’s been all across his city, the country and the continent in search of all the news and reviews that are fit to print from the world of cinema. Having launched his own home; In The Seats (intheseats.ca) back in 2015 for all the latest and greatest movie reviews and interviews he’s one of the leading voices in the film criticism scene in Toronto, and eventually the world. David is the Entertainment Editor for Addicted Magazine.

‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ Bring The Comedic Back To The Comics

It’s a nice and even important reminder that it’s important for comic book movies to occasionally be, you know…comedic? Ant-Man and The Wasp serves as a delightful change in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that allows us to forget about the…

‘On Chesil Beach’ Can’t Sustain The Passion It Aspires To

Compatibility is a tricky business, even on the best of days, like your wedding… It  is  summer  1962,  and  England  is  still  a  year  away  from  huge  social  changes: Beatlemania, the sexual revolution and the Swinging Sixties.  This is when…

‘Breaking In’ Isn’t Afraid To Let The Ladies Throw Down

In all walks of life, there’s one unwritten rule that everyone has to follow…never mess with a mama… While Breaking In pretty well encapsulates the definition of ‘bare bones cinema’; it’s also a refreshing take on the home invasion thriller…

The Romance In ‘Submergence’ Gets Lost In The Void

It’s been said that absence makes the heart grow fonder…but only to a point… Submergence is a shiny and sexy looking love story but in doing something a little too straight ahead here, director Wim Wenders actually fails because while…