Monday, May 17, 2021

Rewind: Annie Hall and the derivative style of Hollywood

I watched Woody Allen’s 1977 film Annie Hall this past week and got way too excited in the way only a film junkie can. Despite the film being...

How our flat screens are helping flatten the curve

While many people suspected Covid-19 would creep into our TVs and influence show plotlines, it’s actually television that’s impacting how we view the pandemic....

The Cecil Hotel comes to life in Theatre Erindale’s immersive audio...

The Cecil Hotel stands tall, looming over a dark and dreary downtown Los Angeles. On the outside, the building seems like any other hotel....

Capturing the elusive magic of Studio Ghibli

It’s odd to explore another world and still feel at home, but this is the feeling that Studio Ghibli films create. With its charming...

The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel falls into its own rabbit...

What happened to Elisa Lam?  That’s the question director Joe Berlinger asks in his latest documentary miniseries—Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel—which explores the 2013...

A conversation with Chloé Castrucci on Through the Cracks

In January, the English & Drama Student Society (EDSS) unveiled a unique playwriting competition. Writers had only 48 hours to craft a play from...

Unraveling the wacky world of WandaVision

Looking back on the legacy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), this franchise has become a pivotal part of the entertainment industry. Fans, old...

On the nature of self in Pixar’s Soul

What is a soul? Is it a figment of our imagination? Is it something that arises from the billions of neurons within each human...

Classic sound and weirdness abound in Paul McCartney’s newest solo album

Paul McCartney’s solo album series began with his 1970 debut, McCartney, and presumably concluded when McCartney II released in 1980. At the time of their respective releases, both albums...

The M List: Most anticipated TV shows of 2021

Covid-19. That’s all anyone’s been able to talk about for more than a year. The endless quarantining and social distancing have taken a toll...

A conversation with Miranda Wiseman of Theatre Erindale’s Anna Karenina

To cap off her final year at the University of Toronto, Miranda Wiseman will star as Anna in Helen Edmundson’s adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna...

Fig. 1.2 Black Skin Diagram (After Claudia Rankine)

tattoo treaties are the inks signed to my skin. fingers poised; pulping morning bursts to pores, burning from the driest of shafts. research-based; loamy soil bears...

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