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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Movie review: The Vow

By Meaghan Archer Tearful, with neither acting nor wit to redeem its several unexpectedly awful moments There is a basic structure to chick flick storylines that...

Clear skies for Cloudscape Comics

  By Will Ross Cloudscape anthologies cater to the demand for  local comic artist work It began as a series of informal weekly meetings among comic enthusiasts,...

Movie review: This Means War

By Christina Luo Forget 3D glasses for enhanced viewing; take a shot every time you spot a Vancouver site instead Chris Pine (Star Trek) and Tom...

Movie review: The Secret World of Arrietty

By Will Ross Arrietty proves cartoons aren’t just for kids, and is beautfully crafted inside and out Though The Secret World of Arrietty wasn’t directed by...

Herbivore haunts: downtown edition

By Meaghan Archer Photo by Jenny Waters (The Peak) Campus rats at Harbour Centre and Woodward's: The Peak presents you a walkable selection of veg- and...

Review: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

By Larissa Albuquerque Photo by Les Erkine Perhaps Shakespeare can help you form a truce with iambic pentameter with its postmodern spin on Renaissance-era theatre Whether you...

Review: The Grey

By Clinton Hallahan Photo courtesy of Liddell Entertainment Buoyed by a skilled director and strong cast, The Grey rises above its boring premise Banking heavily on the new...

The Ruffled Feathers are poised for flight

By Eamonn Singleton Photo courtesy of the Ruffled Feathers With talent, creativity, and a new album on their side, all that’s left is a pinch of...

A night in a Japanese love hotel

By Julia Whalen (The Aquinian) A photographer takes her quest to present the complexity of gender to the S&M scene in the love hotels of Tokyo FREDERICTON...

SFU buys out Videomatica’s documentaries

By Ali Omelaniec Photo by Geoff Lister (The Ubyssey) In preparation for a new cinema studies major, SFU expands its film collection, keeping Videomatica’s stock out...