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Not-Too-Terrifying Halloween Movies for the Easily Traumatized

Halloween is almost here, and that means it’s nearly impossible to turn on your TV without coming across all manner of horror movies. Just last night I was flipping through channels and I came across Linda Blair spewing pea soup, the homemade finger knife gloves of Freddy Krueger and Carrie White setting her school on… Read More »


PHOTOS: A Space Odyssey Young Offenders TIFF Party

Hello Hal, do you read me Hal? Fans of Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 classic sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey were smitten to be at a near-sold-out theme party for the classic sci-fi flick. Young Offenders Collective and Young Lions Music Club presented intergalactic art installations and live musical performances from the likes of LCD Soundsystem’s… Read More »

TIFF Week One 2

TIFF Diary: Week One

Wednesday, Sept. 3: It’s the night before TIFF, and all through the house, a girl was massaging kale for a salad and wondering if bathing suit bottoms could be suitable underwear. I go the Spoke Club around 8:30 for the Young Canadian Filmmakers Party wearing a backpack that weighs more than most of the actresses… Read More »

TIFF Picks 2014

TIFF Picks 2014

September in Toronto means glorious TIFF is approaching, a.k.a. the only film festival where your chances of bumping into Bill Murray while drinking a pumpkin spice latte are at an all-time high. But aside from all the beautiful people, gift lounges and swanky parties soon to #OCCUPYTORONTO in the next few weeks, the Toronto Film… Read More »

Butter On The Latch

Butter On The Latch Is About Friendship, Folk Songs, and Sex

Got plans tonight? NOW YOU DO. Head to Camera (1026 Queen St. W), grab a glass of wine, and sit back as MDFF, The Seventh Art and cléo jointly present a screening of Josephine Decker’s Butter on the Latch. Inspired by a Bulgarian folk song, the film is a sinister folk tale set at a Balkan festival in the Mendocino woods.… Read More »