by ALEX ROSE
And that’s mostly Samuel L. Jackson’s fault. Read our review here.
We take a look at the first episode of Télé-Québec’s SNL Québec, to see if it’s worth watching.
We speak to SNL Québec cast member Virginie Fortin about the new Télé-Québec show.
Premiering tonight on Bravo is the English-language version of Quebec TV series 19-2. Here’s what to expect.
Stuart Beattie’s (G.I. Joe) I, Frankenstein is a somber affair of mis-matched body parts, gargoyles and demons.
Kenneth Branagh’s revival of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan feels a bit old-fashioned.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with The Christmas Choir.
Scorsese offers a comedic turn with his latest The Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
Spike Lee’s remake of Park Chan-wook’s 2003 revenge flick Oldboy is pretty unnecessary.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot films continues with horror flick Island of the Dead.
We (literally) chat with Malcolm Fraser, author of the new indie profile Wooden Stars: Invisible Gears (and, full disclosure, regular CULT MTL film reviewer) about the band, the book and reading about rawk.
The follow-up to 2011’s Thor is mediocre at best.
* Kalmunity Vibe Collective play Les Bobards
* The Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at Shäika
* Sylvain Sylvain & Glen Matlock play l’Escogriffe
* Bettie Page Reveals All at Cinéma du Parc
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