Great bands, great people, great times, captured by Lisa Sproull & Cindy Lopez.
by LISA SPROULL
Vernissages, shows ending this week and ongoing exhibitions at galleries and museums across Montreal.
by SCREEN TEAM
Three thumbs up from our critics for very different films screening at Fantasia: a U.S. all-star thriller, an indie erotic oddity & a Korean gangster movie.
by DARCY MACDONALD
The Daily Show comedian tells us about the origins of his indignation, why Rob Ford is more human than the U.S. congress & where he hangs out in Montreal.
Hollywood-style action from Korea & hand-to-hand combat and incomprehensible high school politics from Japan, screening tonight at Fantasia.
Zombie girlfriends, yakuza and North Korean spies this weekend at Fantasia.
by ALEX ROSE
Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz reteam for a disjointed sex comedy, playing characters who seem more into iPads than ass.
Look what's illegal now + Tremblay thinks he's Jesus, four stabbings happen in and around downtown bars within 24 hours & more in our news round-up.
Our critics weigh in on some backwoods horror and an autobiographical documentary about the Québécois Ed Wood, screening at the Fantasia festival.
From a barf-soaked bed in Iowa City, the Rhymesayers rapper told us about the game-changing methods behind his latest record & his feelings about Macklemore.
Veteran film programmer and writer Kier-La Janisse launches Kid Power! at the Fantasia Film festival.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Shows you need to know about + the deal with the new Wolves in the Throne Room record & an '80s-horror-movie twofer to cap the weekend.
by CINDY LOPEZ
We scoped out pools from Hochelaga to Verdun to find swimming lanes, sweet poolsides, green space, sports and a little peace & quiet.
Our series exploring Montreal-shot movies examines an amazingly terrible spoof comedy, 2001: A Space Travesty.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Highlights of Montreal's annual mega comedy festival, in full swing this week and on till July 28.
by ERIK LEIJON
We spoke to the writers, creators and stars of one of the best comedies on TV right now.
by PETER WHEELAND
The case and the chorus against Quebec education minister Yves Bolduc is growing.
by BARBARA PAVONE
You can now eat seafood poutine while sipping an ice cider cocktail in St-Henri.
* Local food & music history at the McCord Museum
* Comedy battle royale at Zoofest
* A killer gig at la Vitrola
* Killer weather & a riff on found-footage horror at Fantasia
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