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Sunday, February 28, 2021

Hitman forgoes traditional one-and-done release

Hitman, also referred to as Hitman 2016, is a stealth action game released by IO Interactive earlier this year. It’s the sixth entry in...

2016’s best comedy specials

Let’s be honest, 2016 was anything but funny. The world is a giant mess and it’s not magically going to get better in the...

American Honey is everything but sweet

American Honey, directed by Andrea Arnold, shines like the backlit summer-scape of your mind. Its visceral and concrete insight into the underbelly of the...

Stuff We Like and Stuff We Don’t Like

Stuff We Like — The Night Manager By Tessa Perkins Good looking people, even better looking locations, and chilling suspense make The Night Manager an incredible...

Author Spotlight: Joan B. Flood

Irish by birth and Canadian by choice, Joan B. Flood is a writer of fiction, non-fiction, and “even a poem or two.” Her first...

Kinnie Starr discusses her music as social activism

Canadian singer, graphic artist, and activist, Kinnie Star, is set to release her newest album, From Far Away, on September 30. Over the past...

Burning Man documentary finds success and Leo nominations

I had the pleasure of interviewing Leo nominees Joel Ashton McCarthy and Bryant H. Boesen, the co-directors, producers, and editors of Taking My Parents...

Combating fall and winter woes with soup

Cold and flu season is fast approaching, along with a whole host of other things that we would rather not think about mid-terms...

Air India (redacted) addresses 30th anniversary of Air India bombing

Air India (redacted) is a 90-minute multidisciplinary performance commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Air India 182 bombing, the deadliest terrorist attack in Canadian...

The Floating Points really are an experience

If you like electronic instrumental music, not dancing, and spirographs, then this was the show for you! The Floating Points sound like Pink Floyd...