Jason Isaacs’s Dig, a Chilling International Conspiracy Drama Reflects Reality

Jason Isaacs tackles a 2000 year conspiracy in Dig, a new miniseries from the makers of Homeland. Isaacs plays Peter Connelly, a Jerusalem based FBI agent investigating the murder of an American woman which leads him to an extraordinary, labyrinthine mystery involving international governments, religions and special interest groups. The series takes viewers around the

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 Blu-ray Review

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 manages to capture all the elements that has kept the franchise great, but fails to be more than a cash-grab by the studio who felt the need to break the final book in the Hunger Games trilogy into two films. Directed by Francis Lawrence (who helmed Catching Fire), Mockingjay,

Review: Viet Cong At The Echoplex, L.A.

When going to the Echo or Echoplex, you are pretty much guaranteed to have a good time. They have bands of all kinds of genres and range of popularity that play. I had the joy of walking through the urine stained alleys of Echo Park to see Viet Cong, and what I considered to be

Laura Vandervoort – Bitten Season Two – It’s a Killer!

Conflicted werewolves!? Sure, why not? Female!? Yup. Just ask Laura Vandervoort who plays one on TV. The Space series Bitten is the first to feature a strong female lead that is indeed a deadly creature of the night. Vandervoort is bringing home fearlessly and embraces her powers. In terms of her human everyday self, Vandervoort

Exclusive: Eddie Trunk of ‘That Metal Show’ Interview

Eddie Trunk has truly been the pioneer for getting metal and hard rock the attention it needs. He was playing metal back in the 80’s on his own radio show, and showing to the masses how incredible of a genre it really is. He has done the radio stuff, TV, and has even worked for

Review: of Montreal “Aureate Gloom”

I’m always nervous when a band I love announces their next release; I get anxious, thinking that it could be the best one yet, or the one that loses me. This sense of uncertainty is especially present when it’s an eclectic group like of Montreal, who debuted in ’97 with joyful, 60s obsessed twee pop

Ugly Betty’s Michael Urie Remembers 9/11 in WTC View

Michael Urie may be best-known as Betty Suarez’ gay best friend Marc St. James on the hit series Ugly Betty; he was slightly-over-the-top with a great sense of humour, unforgettable. But Urie’s actor’s palette contains many more colours than that. Urie was a Julliard student in New York when the 9/11 attacks occurred. A few


M&C Music: What We Were Listening To In February 2015

Compiled by Bella Elbaum, Ethan Goodman and Kieran MacIntyre What’s better than music AND lists? When they come together! Every month the M&C Music staff will make a lists of the music we have been listening to. For February we have a lot of new, old and everything in between! Bella Elbaum Of Montreal –