Bag Boy Lover Boy takes fetish photography to a whole new world of creativity.
A quick guide to Osheaga geared for first-timers and out-of-towners. FInd out where to stay, how to dress, how to get there, after-party info, and other useful info for the fans attending the festival.
Canadian filmmaker introduces dark short Cold Feet as part of Fantasia.
A new era of hand-held camera screens uses web cam and computer screens as the source for this thrill ride.
Find out all the details on the Saturday fireworks… and a list of places to watch them.
Enter our first ever ticket giveaway.
Montral-based Caila Thompson-Hannant is releasing the follow up to Being in a matter of days. Here’s a quick look at the new album Being
Review of Paul F Tompkins’ show at OFF-JFL which is happening this week in Montreal.
Truscott is a very funny woman, and she is nude (from the waist down) as a part of her show. Her show is hilarious and will take you out of your comfort zone.
A review of What Would Beyonce Do paired with an interview with the charming Luisa Omielan. We talk about poutine and why Queen B is fab.
A review of Nikki Glaser’s comedy show, performed as part of this weeks Off-JFL/Zoofest series.
Funnyman Jim Jefferies talks to Montreal Rampage about his upcoming new show and how his parents got over his career change from opera singer to comedian.
Review of the Just For Laughs show Date Night: The Relationship Show hosted by Godfrey and featuring Orny Adams, Lynne Koplitz, John Heffron, and Joe Matarese.
Interview with Adrienne Truscott about her show “Asking For it” which she performs at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival
Coming of age film about a girl whose mother has disappeared is an all-around winner.
The 18th edition of Fantastia Film Festival brings us a wide range of international movies this year to check out! Here are our picks for the best 5
Review of the very interesting and very funny show The Boy With Tape on This Face. This show is awesome, but I warn there is a lot of audience participation.
Erik Griffin reveals why Just for Laughs is even more fun for the performers than the audiences.
Interview with storyteller-performer Jon Bennett about his show My Dad’s Deaths, storytelling, and how his shows come together.
Montreal’s theatre-comedy-burlesque-music festival brings 130 independent acts to the city. What to pick? Here’s some help.