This film based on the true story of a prevented terrorist attack in 2015 does not do the story justice.
Inventive film is the best metaphor for 2015.
With so much music available, it’s hard to figure out the top albums of 2015 on the indie-pop-rock scene. Here are Joel Mak’s picks.
A year of oppositions: Nieto vs. Trudeau, Uber vs. UberX, Coderre vs. Canada Post, and Couillard vs. The Common Front
Sketch comedy’s monthly event at Theatre St. Catherine is extra awesome with new material Kirsten Rasmussen and Hot Raw Fire.
Wrapping up our series of our Halloween picks for 2015, Club Soubois proved to be a surprise.
The OSM and Maison Symphonique combine to create a perfect night of wonder and music for the spookiest holiday.
Confused about the elections? You’re not alone. T. A. Wellington prepares a guide for the perplexed.
Or that time I saw 88 short films in one weekend.
Supermoon gazing at the new planetarium from full to eclipse.
New album from Polish progressive rockers is an excellent choice for fans of old and new prog rock
A conversation about film school, techniques, and their group’s bond
Jason Krawczyk’s latest premieres in Montreal
Julie and her mom go head to head on each comedian at the Nasty Show.
Each midnight surprise show comedians might appear under an alias, but each one is guaranteed to be incredible.
Julie interviews the multi-disciplinary artist about her ever-changing piece.
Julie talks to spiritual animator by day, laugh animator by night Katie Leggitt.
Please Like Me, Swordplay: A Play of Swords, and Legitimate Investment Opportunity reviewed. There will be laughter!
Air guitar so real, you’d believe they knew how to play.
Enjoy the bounty of local goods, well made at Puces POP. Check out the photojournal here.