by SHAWN STENHOUSE
And Reeves isn't even the biggest problem with John Wick.
Couillard's off to China to sell off our precious natural resources and more in our other-news round-up.
by DARCY MACDONALD
We're going to listen to It Takes a Nation... hang out, have a drink and vent together, tonight PLUS the best rap, soul, electro and street art events this week.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
The best rock, punk and metal shows in Montreal, PLUS original shoegazers and kings of slowcore unite.
by DANNY LEGARE
We spoke to one of the U.K. bands that defined the influential shoegaze sound of the early '90s, ahead of their Montreal show next week.
by ALEX ROSE
Recontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal presents movies on a huge range of subjects, Nov. 12–23. See our highlights here.
by LISA SPROULL
Biennale is on! Plus all the vernissages and ongoing, upcoming and closing shows at Montreal's galleries and museums.
by PETER WHEELAND
Radicalization, religious fervour and obsessions with conspiracy theories are often symptoms of a disease that strikes one in 100 Canadians.
by Michael Sallot
And maybe even North America's. We spoke to Haunted Montreal's Donovan King about this town's long history of paranormal activity.
by ERIK LEIJON
A comprehensive review of this Plateau restaurant's classy new take on an old guilty pleasure.
by KAYLA MARIE HILLIER
We spoke to Hunter S. Thompson collaborator Ralph Steadman and the director of a new doc about him, For No Good Reason.
by BARBARA PAVONE
We checked out this Japanese bar's sake, shōchū, signature cocktails and food, too. Report and photos inside.
All Halloween, all city. Parties big and small, plus concerts, horror film screenings, theatre and contemporary dance performances, ghost walks and more.
We spoke to the Detroit rapper about his homie collaborators and how he's reinvented himself since Album of the Year.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
We spoke to frontwoman Lisa Iwanicky Moore about her band and their new record, Museum With No Walls.
by SCREEN TEAM
Pascal Plante's debut feature is not what it seems PLUS more films screening today and tomorrow at the Festival du nouveau cinéma.
David Ayer’s ultra-macho WWII movie is brutal. But as one of the few films about a tank crew ever made, it has built-in appeal.
Mile End green space was nearly razed today. See photos from the demo that saved it & an interview with les Amis du Champ des Possibles.
* Montreal Zombie Walk
* Best of the Montreal Underground Film Festival
* Brazilian bouffe, film screening & dance party
* Demon’s Claws and Melted Faces play Divan Orange
+ more art events & punk/metal shows
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