Articles by Montreal Rampage Team
Ali Hassan is a man of many hats and many laughs. We talk to him about his current trajectory.
SNL Quebec may not be living up to its promise of being a timely satiric look at the province, but Chris Hanna knows exactly what it will take to fix the lagging show.
Slim Twig talks about how his musical interests switched from psychedelic sounds to older exploratory genres. He also has a few good picks for film soundtracks.
Podz’ new film Miraculum overuses music and intensity, resulting in a bland film.
Raise the Stakes’ production of the Bald Soprano is funny, risky, and instantly charismatic.
I, Frankenstein short on romance, big on effects.
Vietnamese documentary shows the difficulty and longing that ties a westernized grandson, now filmmaker, and his grandmother who still lives in Vietnam.
Photo journal by Natalia Silverina of Igloofest, week 2, January 24, 2014.
Joe Bronzi wasn’t going to win the hearts of all the girls as a jock or a model, so he opted for comedy instead.
Slow paced french film looks at the relationship between a mother and son.
Don ye headphones, o merry gentlemen and gentleladies. The Silent Disco Squad takes its crowd of dancers to strange places.
Sweet Talking Liars drummer Richard Sychterz talks about how the band got started and their plans to record a new album in 2014.
17-years-young Youssra Koudia made the brave decision to study in Canada. Leaving her family behind almost made her change her mind.
Kanica Saphan checks out Hip Hop Karaoke and discovers that one need not be a hipster, a hip hopper, a rapper, or even all that talented a singer to join in the party.
Kanica Saphan checks out the McGill Chamber Orchestra’s annual show of Handel’s Messiah in Christ Church Cathedral and reports back favorably on both orchestra and venue
First time food critic Khadami snags beignets after a his n’ hers burger meal at trendy Deville Dinerbar.
(Sub)-urbanite Isabelle Schumacher tries her hand at organic farming for the first time and learns that Gatorade can be as useful as a hoe.
Montreal Godzilla went to the Salon du Livre and this is what we saw there.