1989 | DIR. BRUCE MCDONALD | REVIEW BY GLENN COCHRANE.
Bruce McDonald is a renegade of Canadian independent cinema. With his trademark look of cowboy hat and leather jacket (complimented by his rock-n-roll sensibility), he has earned himself a rock-star reputation spanning three-decades. Some of his recent films include the horror titles Hellions and Pontypool, and his experimental project The Tracey Fragments further showcases his disregard for rules. He has directed countless television series and sustained his career by hopping in and out of the mainstream system. The tragedy is that despite his prolific catalogue, audiences outside of Canada are oblivious to most of his work.