by LISA SPROULL
All the vernissages & ongoing shows at museums and galleries this week, PLUS last call for shows closing soon.
by ALEX ROSE
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies delves into The Bone Collector, a 1999 thriller co-starring Jolie and Denzel Washington as NYC cops after a serial killer.
by BARBARA PAVONE
Concordia students, downtown workers and nightclubbers, meet pan-Asian restaurant Kyozon and its automated expressway to your face.
by STEPHEN MACLEAN ROGERS
Beyond the Mountain's impressive production of Bard Fiction is on at MainLine Theatre this weekend.
by CRYSTAL CHAN
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig step out of their comfort zones as depressed siblings in the indie dramedy The Skeleton Twins.
Washington moves in on Liam Neeson’s trashy action territory in a goofy reteaming with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua (and remake of an obscure '80s TV show).
A Montreal football scandal fit for the NFL PLUS Hydro rate-hike BS, Coderre vs. Predator (by which we mean the Police Brotherhood) and more in our news round-up.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The best rock 'n' roll, punk, noise and black metal shows happening in Montreal this week PLUS an important record launch & cult-film screening.
by DARCY MACDONALD
A record launch, a showcase, a cypher, a DJed brunch, a sample sale and a stack of parties for your hip hop To-Do List.
by MALCOLM FRASER
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard's 20,000 Days on Earth depicts the creative process of alt rock star Nick Cave by dispensing with verité.
The drummer from Anvil, Canadian icons of metal (and documentary film), brings his first ever art exhibition to BBAM! Gallery.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
The Brooklyn band has scaled down to its core duo, freed up their sound and taken a bold step forward with Encyclopedia.
The FNC (Oct. 8–19) has announced its slate of programming. Be stoked.
by MUSIC TEAM
Our highlights from the music festival of music festivals.
One of the city’s youngest film festivals takes a leap into the big time with a guest appearance by Spike Lee and several highly anticipated films.
Hosted by the homie Jay Baruchel, the Polaris gala features performances by six nominated artists, and the awarding of Best Canadian Album of 2013-2014.
See what you missed or weren't sober enough to retain at POP Montreal 2014.
He's Batman. Read our conflicted review of his new film, Mommy (Canada's Oscar contender), here.
* Secret Sun album launch
* On Colour vernissage at VAV Gallery
* Frank screens at the Phi Centre
* Christopher Owens plays Petit Campus
* GrandBuda previews his new EP at Cabaret Underworld
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