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Movie Review: Joy Division (2007)

Grant Gee's documentary on the influential post-punk rockers is a must-see for fans, and a great introduction for non-fans. Read More »

My Favourite Album for Every Year I’ve Been Alive

From Marquee Moon to Flight of the Conchords, my life in albums - one per year. Read More »

Movie Review: Is The Dark Knight the Best Comic Book Movie of All Time?

I have plenty to say about the film, but still I hesitate. Read More »

Concert Review: Aimee Mann at the Calgary Folk Music Festival, July 24

Aimee Mann delivers a beautiful set heavy on new material during her current tour stop in Calgary, Canada. Read More »

Movie Review: WALL-E

With WALL-E, Pixar proves yet again that they're playing at a much higher level than all their competitors. Read More »

Movie Review: Darfur Now (2007)

A well-meaning documentary on the ongoing genocide in Darfur that doesn't quite hit its mark. Read More »

Movie Review: Revisiting Spider-Man 3

A year ago, I gave this movie a favourable review, and have been regretting it ever since. Read More »

Movie Review: The Incredible Hulk is the Movie Fans Wanted Five Years Ago

Marvel reboots its Hulk franchise with a film more in line with fan expectations. Read More »

DVD Review: Fantastic Four Extended Edition (2005)

Want to know why Marvel stopped trusting other studios and started producing their own movies? Here's exhibit A. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead: A Classic Album Under Review

A documentary look at The Smiths’ classic album has little to offer for anyone but the most obsessive fans. Read More »