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After two weeks of being shuttered, REPUBLIC—formerly Queen’s Republic—reopens on today (April 17) as a “world class nightclub with a renewed focus on music,” in the words of Paul...
What’s the capacity of the Rickshaw Theatre? Six-hundred-and-fifty, or so? That’s roughly how many horny people walked out after Goat’s performance in Vancouver last night (April...
Directed by Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey. Rated G. With seizure-inducing offerings like The Lego Movie being the new normal for kids’ films, a proudly old-fashioned True...
David Auburn will be deep into prepping his new play when he slips away from New York for the inaugural Stage to Screen event at the Vancity Theatre on April 26. Lost Lake opens...
Do horror filmmakers believe in their subject matter? Is the supernatural a real thing to Mike Flanagan, writer-director of the haunted mirror flick Oculus? Talking to the...
A hand-drawn animated feature from Belgium captured both of the major jury prizes at this year’s Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for Youth. Approved for Adoption received...
Starring Iko Uwais. In Indonesian and Japanese, with English subtitles. Rated 18A. Opens Friday, April 11 They don’t come any more efficiently brutal than 2011 martial-arts flick...
Just look at what Russell Brand has achieved in the last year. He toured the world with his Messiah Complex show; got his picture taken at Insite; battled the forces of global...
Like they say, mess with the bull and you might get the horns. When playwright-in-residence Michael Healey handed in a draft of his new work Proud to Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre in...
The opening shot of The Raid 2: Berandal seems to last forever. A car travels down a long country road, men in suits emerge, a body is bundled out. If the basic rules of the...

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