by SCREEN TEAM
Our critics are split on a movie out of slasher flicks 101 and the return of Nazi zombies.
by LISA SPROULL
The vernissages, closing shows and ongoing exhibitions you need to know about.
by DARCY MACDONALD
This was the moment that one Cult MTL reporter and his daughter had been waiting for.
by MUSIC TEAM
The most memorable moments from Osheaga 2014, from the musical to the visual to the social to the WTF.
Our critics delve into Bertolucci-esque drama (with zombies), a tale of Nordic isolation (with corpse paint) and a coming-of-age story (with werewolves).
Check out the freaky people and conspicuous costumes spotted by the Cult MTL crew at Osheaga 2014.
Look at the lookers we spotted in the crowd.
The Mile Ex music venue is shutting its doors. But it'll be born again in the fall, with some of the same main players at the helm.
See the front-row view of Montreal's fabulous outdoor summer music festival, c/o photographer Cindy Lopez.
Our critics assess Michael Fassbender's comedy chops, a kung fu movie in the Bruce Lee mould and a relentlessly bleak Indian drama.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
The trio from Glasgow push forward and away from '80s nostalgia. But they still worship at the feet of the bands who first made this sound massive.
We spoke to the Detroit rapper ahead of his set at Osheaga today.
Our critics weigh in on a Honk Kong action spoof (with Chow-Yun Fat!), a Swedish comedy caper and a U.S. thriller about a future-predicting Polaroid camera.
by ALEX ROSE
Guardians of the Galaxy is Marvel’s latest comic book adaptation, but it’s closer to a Star Wars film (and better than a few of ‘em).
by ROXANE HUDON
I Am FEMEN is the latest documentary about the international gang of topless activists. Read our totally biased review here.
Our palms are sweaty and our knees are weak. PLUS MTL has Canada's tiniest condo, STM makes 20 tiny changes to metro station names & more in our news round-up.
We spoke to Montreal's own Chromeo about their sophisticated sound & being forerunners of the radio soul revival.
Our critics rave, roll their eyes and shudder at Korean comedy, Québécois body horror, incredibly offensive Dutch bromance and yes, WolfCop!
* Boyhood & Slums at Cinéma du Parc
* Future Islands & Operators play Metropolis
* Extreme labour doc Workingman’s Death screens at Place de la Paix
* Florida’s Set and Setting play with Atsuko Chiba and Christ (!) at Casa
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