Part three in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. Big Shot is a fast paced character piece involving six compelling and unique personalities intertwined against the backdrop of Vancouver.
Part two in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. It's Been Taken is a lovely comic break if you want to tickle your funny bone, reminisce about your past and escape your own harsh reality for sixty minutes.
Part one in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. Shoot! Get Treasure! Repeat! is an intense production that will take command of your heart, attention and your mind ”” and just won't stop until the curtain falls.
Morgan Spurlock, affable star and director of 2004's hit Super Size Me, returns in this meta-documentary about product placement.
If you haven't already heard, Breaking Bad is the best show currently on television. Here are the top five reasons why the chronicles of a high-school chemistry teacher turned meth cook will blow you away.
They don't make films like Super 8 any more. It pays homage to the best parts of films of the past, like The Goonies, while also existing as a magical and engaging experience in its own right.
Suck It And See, the latest album from Arctic Monkeys, is the natural next step for a group that achieved meteoric success early on and is now learning to act as a grown-up band.
While downloading the album of an established, world-famous rock star might not take a bite out of the artists' wallet, the spread of file sharing has begun to impact artists who do not have the luxury of a private jet or a world tour.
Canadian band Sloan has been around for 20 years, believe it or not. With the release of their 10th album, they've proved they can still rock with the best of them.
AMC has done it again. The basic cable network known for the hit dramas Mad Men, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead has again worked its magic with the new murder mystery series The Killing.