by JOHNSON CUMMINS
It's in the city, it's pretty cheap and it's super heavy.
by MUSIC TEAM
From the best big names to the obscure acts that may have passed below your radar, these are the people you want to see to make the most this weekend's experience.
by SCREEN TEAM
Our critics assess the true story of an infamous, immoral filmmaker and an animated Korean feature grounded in anti-hero realism.
by SHANNON TIEN
Canada's Bryan Lee O'Malley took four years to follow up his smash hit & its film adaptation. Seconds has a female lead, and a plot couched in autobiographical irony.
by PETER WHEELAND
Far too many misunderstood sick people have been shot by Montreal police over the years. But a new report out of Toronto could prevent this from ever happening again.
Our critics scope out a movie about married hipsters in trouble and a documentary about a wannabe martial arts master that's as funny as it is dark.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Jiu Xiang Yuan adds to Parc Ex's culinary tapestry.
Our critics assess a new haunted house flick and a Searching for Sugarman-style doc about a Filipino B-movie star.
And all the players were local bartenders, waiters and busboys. Photos inside.
Our critics take on a mumblecore spin on found-footage horror and the tale of a teen caught in a mortifying time loop.
by LISA SPROULL
Tomorrow, see your neighbourhood waiters & barmaids play beach volleyball, and pick up some food & drink to help fund much-needed sex-ed for Montreal teens.
by ALEX ROSE
The sword-and-sandal action romp starring the Rock is a down and dirty B-movie. But that's okay.
Really. PLUS: A local record label comments on Gaza, local rappers counter the critics who say they're fucking with French & more in our news round-up.
Robert Dayton (half of Canned Hamm, and also known as the Canadian Romantic) tells us about his new project, launching an EP in Montreal tonight.
by ERIK LEIJON
The Australian comedian tells us how much of his tale — about two 18-year-old girls, a (more) famous comedian & cocaine — is actually true.
Our critics review a 3D baseball-playing gorilla flick, hyperactive '80s kung-fu, a zombie soccer movie & a slice of exhilarating low-budget weirdness.
by MALCOLM FRASER
We spoke to director Richard Linklater about Boyhood, the epic coming-of-age film he spent 12 years working on.
From classic punk to ballast-blast to ultra-seething sonic fuckery, there's a little something for all heaviosity connoisseurs this week.
* See Mommy with English subs at Cinéma du Parc
* Tranna Wintour headlines Blue Dog’s stand-up showcase
* Fink plays Café Campus
* Mirah plays Casa del Popolo
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