In Law Abiding Citizen, Gerard Butler's character Clyde Shelton believes that lessons not learned in blood are soon forgotten. And there's no doubt that he truly means it.
On Oct. 16 five babes with a cause and a whole lot of soul lined the stage at Amigos Cantina to raise funds and awareness for the battle against breast cancer.
Thrills and chills are coming to Saskatoon in the form of Dark Bridges, a new film festival highlighting horror and genre films.
Steve Reed was the primary songwriter for local favourites Carbon Dating Service before they broke up. Now he plays bass in Maybe Smith and focuses on intellectual pursuits. Reed conversed with the Sheaf about the American musician and poet David Berman of the late Silver Jews.
One Hundred Dollars is undoubtedly one of Toronto's best folk-country acts. Presently, they are making their way across this country, touring through to Western Canada for the first time. The band has an authentic sound, harkening back to times when country music had a bittersweet edge. Swinging pedal-steel guitar meets crunching acoustic, backed by brushes smacking the drums.
It's good, every once in a while, to see a movie that is pure exhilarating fun and doesn't pretend to be anything else. You walk in with set expectations and you walk out with those expectations met. Nothing more, nothing less.
Most filmgoers of the past six years will recognize at least one of the gentlemen best known for the subversive comedies Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. However, unknown to most filmgoers is that these three comedic geniuses were first united in a British sitcom that debuted 10 years ago this past September. The name of the show was Spaced and North American audiences desperately need to be introduced to it.
There used to be talk of approaching the universal through the specific and depth through simplicity and so on ”” Jesus Christ, wasn't it? Maybe I'm just imagining this.
The internationally renowned musician Vikas Gupta, a former U of S student, will soon bring the sweet sounds of the sitar to Saskatoon.
Folie/Culture, a Quebec-based activist art group, is setting up a series of makeshift dwellings across Saskatoon for their art show Nomadic Dwellings, put on in conjunction with Saskatoon's artist run gallery, AKA. The show is meant to highlight that the province's recent economic prosperity has not trickled down to the poorest in society.