Pop Culture

Styles walks a “Fine Line” between sadness and hope in new album

Last month, Harry Styles released his second solo album, Fine Line .Continue...

Little Women brings modern feminism to a familiar story

2019 was the year of movie reboots, remakes, and questionable sequels. In a renaissance of retreading familiar stories in film, Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women proves that some stories do deserve to be retold.Continue...

Four TV shows to hunker down with this winter

Winter is here: the seemingly endless season that wraps every Canadian in a cold blanket of darkness.Continue...

A beginner’s guide to viewing The Bachelor

The Bachelor returned this past Monday with a brand-new cast of single hopefuls and, as always, a dramatic season premiere.Continue...

Packing our 2019 pop culture time capsule

It’s hard enough to remember what we had for breakfast last week, let alone all of the crazy pop culture moments of the past year.Continue...

Cracking the Hallmark Christmas movie code

Many people rightfully despise the parade of Hallmark Christmas films that snowball us every year, but more than 44 million viewers have already watched dozens of new films this festive season.Continue...

For the first time in forever, Frozen 2 is here

I don’t know if it was the reclining chairs, the $8 ticket (thank you, ResSoc, for the group excursion), or the actual movie, but Frozen 2 was a really good time.Continue...

The Knight Before Christmas is a merry mess

After watching Vanessa Hudgens play look-a-likes in a fictional European country last holiday season in The Princess Switch, my expectations were high for this year’s fiasco of a Christmas film.Continue...

Three unconventional Indian films to watch this winter break

The winter break is within sight, and with it comes ample time to catch up on streaming TV shows and movies.Continue...

A hockey fan’s open letter to Don Cherry

Dear Don Cherry, It was a shame it had to come to an end like this.Continue...

Rignam Wangkhang believes Hong Kong needs help

Tsering Dorjee Wangkhang was one of the first two Tibetans to immigrate to Canada.Continue...

Apologizing to the women of pop culture

Women in pop culture have always been subject to overwhelming (and, frankly, stupid) criticism for absolutely everything they do.

What follows is a list of women and genderqueer people...Continue...

Atypical season three is formulaic but fun

Atypical is an underappreciated gem from Netflix’s roster of original content.Continue...

Don’t cancel your Netflix subscription for Disney+ just yet

While you were busy trying to find a movie to watch on Netflix, the major studios and tech companies were busy putting cable on the Internet.

Once upon a time, Netflix was one of the only...Continue...

Psychoanalysing Don Cherry’s divisive language

Amidst the recent news that long-time Canadian sports broadcasting personality Don Cherry has been fired over his controversial rant on live TV, fans and critics alike have interpreted the meaning of his remarks in a number of ways.Continue...

Fashion and Duration on the red carpet in May 2020

This year’s Met Gala theme has successfully blown me away, just as it does every year I follow the iconic event.Continue...

His Dark Materials shines by sticking to its source

This fall, Philip Pullman’s award-winning book trilogy made its way onto the small screen with its airships, polar bears, and a corrupt version of the Catholic Church in all their glory.Continue...

BoJack Horseman nears the end, and things are looking up

No, BoJack Horseman is not Family Guy with a horse.Continue...

The pros and cons of Call Her Daddy

If you’ve never listened to the sex and dating podcast Call Her Daddy , chances are, you’ve at least heard about it.Continue...

The perfect simplicity of Living with Yourself

We see a new side to Paul Rudd in the new Netflix series Living with Yourself .Continue...

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