by LISA SPROULL
Montreal artist Glen LeMesurier created a one-of-a-kind piece for Ubisoft from a decommissioned elevator.
by SCREEN TEAM
Kevin Bacon is in town to present a great new thriller called Cop Car, plus Muslimsploitation & aliens.
by ERIK LEIJON
A review of the MEG music festival party experience on the St. Lawrence.
We spoke to a member of design studio Sugar 4 Brains, curators of Woman x Women, a new showcase of women in art by women artists.
Revenge fantasies, loner comedy, geriatric gangsters and a maritime thriller are on the agenda today at Fantasia
Our critics on the return of British comedy legends, Gothic Lolita voyeurism and an underwater revenge thriller.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Give us your stoned, your high, your tripping masses yearning to inhale freely. There's a comedy show you need to know about at Zoofest this week.
A Quebec softcore porno from the vaults, Japanese anime and oddity and possibly the ultimate Fantasia midnight movie.
by DARCY MACDONALD
He's a misogynist, a weak rapper and a jerk. But does that mean Osheaga should drop him? PLUS more rap beef and the best events this week.
by ALEX ROSE
Pixels is another shameless paid hangout for Sandler and his friends, but at least it lets the audience in on the self-congratulatory jerk-off.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
See it, hear it, believe it. These are the best heavy shows in Montreal over the next week.
Feast your eyes on one of Montreal's most photogenic clubs, where members of Arcade Fire and friends threw a sick party to raise money for Haiti.
We spoke to the Office alumnus and star of Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt about being funny, channelling the old school and working with comedy legends.
Our critics wade into the possession horror and gritty crime thrills in films screening at the genre festival.
We spoke to the roast-mistress and co-creator of the 1902-set faux-reality show Another Period ahead of her Just for Laughs show this weekend.
A Vice photojournalism exhibit at Phi Centre, visual/performance art at Just for Laughs + more art events & complete gallery and museum listings.
Arcade Fire's Win Butler and Régine Chassagne and a team of Montreal nightlife movers and shakers present monthly dance parties for a cause.
by PETER WHEELAND
There are thousands of things we can do to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, but we don’t have laws forcing adult citizens to do most of them.
* Le Musée du Rock ‘n’ Roll launches Ére Metal
* Surf’s Up edition of Maison Sociale’s Movie Mondays
* Cinema Politica presents 2014 documentary The Family Farm
* The Jonathan Lindhorst Quartet plays Résonance Café
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