by ALEX ROSE
We spoke to the indie film icon about her role as a dead woman in the new Jean-Marc Vallée film, Wild.
Jean-Marc Vallée's follow-up to Dallas Buyers Club is a skilled handling of schmaltzy material. And it has one great thing going for it.
by JOHNSON CUMMINS
Fuck Christmas, Yuletide Deathfest and more rawk, punk and metal to get merry to.
by DARCY MACDONALD
Rest in Power local rap/club scene-builder Sharon McGoogan. PLUS this week's best DJ nights & rap shows + Cult MTL's Christmas radio special.
by ERIK LEIJON
The polyglot comedian tells us what's good in his 'hood.
The Imitation Game is a fascinating tale of a troubled genius, but only Cumberbatch can rescue it from its own formula.
We spoke to David "Boots" Bouthillier about how all the work that he and the people at SAT have done to legalize skateboarding in Peace Park is finally paying off.
by PETER WHEELAND
This week's tragedy in Sydney underlines the folly of pumping money into the prison system and anti-terror measures instead of properly treating the mentally ill.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
As the Plateau porn theatre celebrates its centennial, we checked in with the proprietor about the action that's drawing new clientele.
by LISA SPROULL
The scoop on pre-holiday vernissages, book launches, guided tours, and more in this week's art scene roundup.
Listen to the best tunes made in Montreal this year.
by EVAN DUBINSKY
At first I wasted tons of time on bad matches. Then I started doing what this app makes so easy: ghosting. Like Keyser Söze.
The Montreal-born 1960s hitmaker hosted a celebration of seasonal cheese, with Can-con stars ranging from Patrick Watson to Platinum Blonde.
by BAGEL BOY
The man behind the popular, hilarious (and fake) Twitter account explains why he did it, and how he started a #MTLBagelWar.
8 great books + 8 events worth peeling your ass off the couch for.
Metal legends, serious punks, trance-inducing electronic experiments and masterful power-pop on Montreal stages this week.
Ridley Scott’s new all-star Moses epic is riddled with flaws and overreaches its descent into darkness, but it’s a fascinating fiasco nonetheless.
We spoke to the local singer-songwriter and computer-player about his shameless love of shameless pop.
* Cineplex Digital Film Festival
* BBAM! Gallery screens a British Invasion double bill
* Studio 303 presents Cabaret Tollé at la Sala Rossa
* #Nightowl music & art party
* Durag Disco with the 4 horsemen of funk
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