Posts Tagged: review
You may have heard the rumblings over a movie that allegedly induced fainting during a screening at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Marketing stunt or not, it worked. The second and final TIFF showing of French/Belgian cannibal movie Raw
Most provocative daydreams are often of contractual agreements. That “come-hither” aura exuded from ink on paper, revoking sexual and emotional freedoms is an unsurpassable fantasy. Wait, what? Fifty Shades of Grey, the poorly written, housewife-wide phenomenon-turned-movie is a muddled tale of a
“Weird Al” Yankovic: International Man of Hysterical. What is being personally pegged as the event of the summer, Mister Weird was in Toronto July 16th for two back-to-back shows at Massey Hall, in promotion of his new album Alpocalypse.
“Someone gave me some GHB and I think it’s kicking in.” Drugs, sex, rock ‘n roll — these are the life and times of Mickey Avalon. Born Yesche Perle, the now rap-rock star from Hollyweird, California has a lot rap-talk
It must be nice to have a high budget for exploring your teenage angst. That would be Taylor Momsen, aka Gossip Girl‘s Jenny Humphrey, aka “The girl from The Grinch” with her rock/punk/grunge-style band The Pretty Reckless. Rolling through Toronto
Every woman, young and old-er, should venture out to see this narrative performance. Love, Loss, and What I Wore is a play based on a novel of the same name, by author Ilene Beckerman. It has been translated into a