The Grind

The Grind

In 2012, Richard Wagamese released his novel, Indian Horse, a semi-autobiographical account of growing up in the Canadian residential school system and finding solace in hockey. The book has recently been adapted for the screen by writer Dennis Foon and director Stephen S. Campanelli . Wagamese...
If you were anything like me, as a teen your education was 5% school, and 95% Much Music. I knew all the VJs, I’d record the countdown on VHS and every Monday I’d exchange notes on the top of the week with friends at lunch. If any of that sounds familiar, you were probably a 90s child raised on a...
Your aca-ttention please! All your collegiate a cappella dreams are about to come true because the Barden Bellas are back! That’s right, Pitch Perfect 3 comes out on Blu-ray/DVD on March 20th and you know you want to dive right back into the lives of your favorite fictional all-girl a cappella...
As Cinéma Québecois continues to break barriers surrounding technique, acting, and teamwork, it also continues to remain ahead of the curve. We got the chance to watch Chien de Garde , which completely took us by storm as we rewatched it a multitude of times, because it was THAT good. Chien de...
It might come as a surprise to some but the first ever organized video game tournament actually took place well over 40 years ago, and this very first tournament was the start of a trend that has, today, created a billion-dollar industry. Now, eSports (electronic sports) is a massive industry with...
With all the hype and new about virtual reality many of us would be forgiven in thinking that it’s a fairly new technology but the fact is that it's been about as a medium for decades. One of the academics that has probably spent more time researching virtual reality is Standford professor Jeremy...