#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Questions with Dj/Producer Mikey Palermo

Whether hes making it, listening to it, throwing elbows to it, dancing like a fool to it, or writing about it Toronto’s Mikey Palermo always have music in his life. I sat down with the latest member  (at the time) of the Wax Museum family to let you get to know him a little better,Continue reading “#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Questions with Dj/Producer Mikey Palermo”

#TMITuesday: 10 Questions with The Real World Skeletons’ Sylvia Elsrode

       As the season draws to a close tonight we all say goodbye to 7 strangers  on the most recent season of The Real World.  And we say hello to serious Real World withdrawals.This is the season we met the feisty, ride or die babe Sylvia. Love her or hate her, you remember her.Continue reading “#TMITuesday: 10 Questions with The Real World Skeletons’ Sylvia Elsrode”

#CinemaSunday: Scarecrows (1988)

*NOTE: I could not find a trailer in English for this film, so please enjoy this unrelated scarecrow dance movie tutorial that had me laughing for no reason at all * This week’s film combines all the components to have audiences yelling “don’t go that way!”. A film perfect to stay in and watch becauseContinue reading “#CinemaSunday: Scarecrows (1988)”

#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Questions with Muay Thai Fighter Angelina Musicco

“You fight like a girl” is a common phrase that we’ve all heard at least, whether is be directed at ourselves or not. But if you’re going to “fight like a girl” you want to be doing it like this week’s ThrowbackThursday interview is withAngelina Musicco, a professional Muay Thai fighter. We sat down toContinue reading “#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Questions with Muay Thai Fighter Angelina Musicco”

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#TMITuesday: 10 Questions with The Real World Skeletons’ Tony Raines

Okay we’re all hooked to this season of The Real World: Skeletons,  and whether you want to admit it or not, you were probably, or still are attracted to Tony, and his LA charm.  Coming soon is the season finale of the roller coaster of a show and luckily I sat down to talk toContinue reading “#TMITuesday: 10 Questions with The Real World Skeletons’ Tony Raines”

Cinema Sunday: Chopping Mall (1986)

THIS REVIEW IS DEDICATED TO LEONARD NIMOY. LIVE LONG AND PROSPER. More often than not a film that is re-released does not usually do as well as hoped. This is not the case for the 1986 horror classic: Chopping Mall. The film was originally released in March of the same year under the title “Killbots“.Continue reading “Cinema Sunday: Chopping Mall (1986)”

#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Questions with The Real World: EXplosion’s Jamie Larson

Let’s get nostalgic again, with another #throwbackThursday interview from my time at The Wax Museum! As much as most don’t want to admit it most of us watch reality TV good or bad; One of the forerunners and longest running reality TV shows in history MTV’s The Real World with the simple premise of 7Continue reading “#ThrowbackThursday: 10 Questions with The Real World: EXplosion’s Jamie Larson”

#TMITuesday: 10 Questions with photographer Lane Dorsey

Although I adore interviewing the MTV family, I do interview people who are not associated with the network, and this week’s feature is just that! This man-bun rocking, moment capturing Canadian artist is a true talent. You Degrassi fans already know his work. His work has been featured in Harold: Luxury for Men,Missy/Ink, Buzzfeed, andContinue reading “#TMITuesday: 10 Questions with photographer Lane Dorsey”

#CinemaSunday: Ginger Snaps (2000)

This week’s pick is very near and dear to my heart. It is probably one of my favourite indie horror films ever, and just so happens to contain some very talented Canadians.  I’m still taking in that this film is almost 15 years old, but the strong female leads make it the perfect ending toContinue reading “#CinemaSunday: Ginger Snaps (2000)”