Old Port restro offers up tasty food and funky Montreal rhythms
Absurdist play’s sequel gets so absurd that it is difficult to follow.
List of festivals and events taking place in Montreal this October
Annual Otakuthon festival is proof that Otaku have more fun.
Japanese indie film a study on love and belonging.
Get ready for the best of genre film to hit the city.
Post-rock band MONO’s Taka Goto talks about the latest happenings with the band before their Phi Centre show.
This dialogue-less animation can teaches us about why life is special.
Park Chan-Wook’s new film is an erotic tale full of twists and turns.
Akihiko Shiota’s film is part of the new “roman porno” category of film in Japan.
Kôji Shiraishi’s absurd horror comedy sees people pit two evil spirits against each other to destroy their curses.
A perfect event for solos, couples, and families, the Jardins en Lumière is as beautiful as ever.
Great costumes and a celebratory vibe make this one of the most fun conventions in Montreal.
Review of events and a photojournal of Saturday morning at Otakuthon.
Genre films worth catching each day around the themes of loneliness, alienation, teenagers, and outcasts.
The most important news you need to know about from the last week: Ali dies, can’t get Hip tickets, and you’re probably reading this while waiting in an ER.
Finding a spot in Tokyo that is open to gay foreigners reveals both what is cross-cultural and what is specific in lgbtq culture.