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  • A picture perfect EP from Wild Nothing steals the spotlight of this week’s Listen to This!. Wild Nothing – Empty Estate Release date: May 14 Empty Estate is a neat...

    Listen to This! – May 18, 2013

    A picture perfect EP from Wild Nothing steals the spotlight of this week’s Listen to This!. Wild Nothing – Empty Estate Release date: May 14 Empty Estate is a neat...

  • No, that’s not the title of a new Leonard Cohen album. In light of the news everyone in Toronto is talking about^, I thought I would put together a little...

    Songs about Crack

    No, that’s not the title of a new Leonard Cohen album. In light of the news everyone in Toronto is talking about^, I thought I would put together a little...

  • An improvement over the already fleet and fun J.J. Abrams re-boot, Star Trek Into Darkness delivers a solid story with very little superfluous material to drag it down and a...

    Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

    An improvement over the already fleet and fun J.J. Abrams re-boot, Star Trek Into Darkness delivers a solid story with very little superfluous material to drag it down and a...

  • In conjunction with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival that has a full exhibition of the photography of Chris Marker, the TIFF Bell Lightbox is launching a mini-retrospective of some of...

    Chris Marker retrospective comes to the TIFF Bell Lightbox

    In conjunction with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival that has a full exhibition of the photography of Chris Marker, the TIFF Bell Lightbox is launching a mini-retrospective of some of...

  • Big screen adaptations of beloved literary works are usually dicey affairs and with Baz Lurhman’s latest version currently in the theatres, I decided that it might be time to look...

    Blu-ray Review: The Great Gatsby (1974)

    Big screen adaptations of beloved literary works are usually dicey affairs and with Baz Lurhman’s latest version currently in the theatres, I decided that it might be time to look...

  • Simon Helberg calls Howard Wolowitz, the nerd he plays on The Big Bang Theory, the James Bond of the show (and we totally believe him). Wolowitz has the smooth confidence...

    Interview: Simon Helberg talks ‘The Big Bang Theory’

    Simon Helberg calls Howard Wolowitz, the nerd he plays on The Big Bang Theory, the James Bond of the show (and we totally believe him). Wolowitz has the smooth confidence...

  • Graceland is a gritty crime-drama that takes us into a father’s desperate quest to keep his family together by any and all means necessary. Family man Marlon Villar (Arnold Reyes),...

    Movie Review: Graceland

    Graceland is a gritty crime-drama that takes us into a father’s desperate quest to keep his family together by any and all means necessary. Family man Marlon Villar (Arnold Reyes),...

  • In the almost disarmingly great Canadian romance and drama Still Mine, James Cromwell finally gets a chance to have a leading role for a chance and he ends up delivering...

    Movie Review: Still Mine

    In the almost disarmingly great Canadian romance and drama Still Mine, James Cromwell finally gets a chance to have a leading role for a chance and he ends up delivering...

  • Good artists continue to churn out some great music videos as of late, here are four which caught our eye recently. I recently wrote about Bibio‘s stellar third album Silver...

    Good Music Videos are Everywhere – May 13, 2013

    Good artists continue to churn out some great music videos as of late, here are four which caught our eye recently. I recently wrote about Bibio‘s stellar third album Silver...

  • It spoils nothing of the long awaited Star Trek Into Darkness – the sequel to the returning J.J. Abrams’ highly successful 2009 re-boot of the beloved and highly lucrative science...

    Interview: John Cho talks ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’

    It spoils nothing of the long awaited Star Trek Into Darkness – the sequel to the returning J.J. Abrams’ highly successful 2009 re-boot of the beloved and highly lucrative science...

  • I Declare War is a unique action-thriller that is a fascinating and occasionally disturbing look at the games children play and how quickly they can turn dark when some real...

    Movie Review: I Declare War

    I Declare War is a unique action-thriller that is a fascinating and occasionally disturbing look at the games children play and how quickly they can turn dark when some real...

  • Skull World rocked the recent edition of the Canadian Film Festival with its unique blend of metal and cardboard that looks at a worldwide movement of fun filled carnage. It’s...

    Movie Review: Skull World

    Skull World rocked the recent edition of the Canadian Film Festival with its unique blend of metal and cardboard that looks at a worldwide movement of fun filled carnage. It’s...

  • She’s young, gorgeous, talented and smart. An actor from the age of seven, Alexia Fast has amassed an enviable resume that reflects these qualities and her diversity. She’s crossed genres,...

    Interview: Alexia Fast talks ‘Blackbird’

    She’s young, gorgeous, talented and smart. An actor from the age of seven, Alexia Fast has amassed an enviable resume that reflects these qualities and her diversity. She’s crossed genres,...

  • A stellar sophomore album from Mikal Cronin and yet another great album by the undefinable Bibio are in the spotlight of this week’s Listen to This!. Mikal Cronin – MCII...

    Listen to This! – May 11, 2013

    A stellar sophomore album from Mikal Cronin and yet another great album by the undefinable Bibio are in the spotlight of this week’s Listen to This!. Mikal Cronin – MCII...

  • Room 237 is a documentary directed by Rodney Ascher, which presents several interpretations of possible hidden meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, ranging from subtle symbolism to grand conspiracy theories....

    Movie Review: Room 237

    Room 237 is a documentary directed by Rodney Ascher, which presents several interpretations of possible hidden meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, ranging from subtle symbolism to grand conspiracy theories....