Andrew Tibbetts is a part-time writer, a part-time psychotherapist, a part-time professor of social work, a part-time gay father of three kids and can you tell he has attention-deficit? His short fiction has been published in Canadian Literary Journals and has gotten him nominated three times for a National Magazine Award--once winning! He lives in Toronto.
India Stoker’s father is killed in a car accident on her 18th birthday. She’s already a surly teenager locked in perma-conflict with her appearances-obsessed mother. Now she’s also grief-stricken while her childish mother attempts to get her to be pleasant for the funeral guests. One of those guests turns out to be an uncle [&hellip
So a gas guy walks into the sketchy kitchen of a rundown house and, in answer to the lady of the house’s question, “What’s up?”, delivers a long monologue about something or other. When he pauses to breathe, Martha Plimpton says, “I meant, What’s up with the wrench?” Gas guy looks at the tool in [&hellip
The first season of American Horror Story was just about the most fun thing on TV last year. Rent the DVD if you missed it. Jessica Lange’s disturbed Southern matriarch alone is worth the price. This season has a completely new story set in an asylum run by nuns in the early Sixties. Lange and [&hellip
I saw The Sessions a few days ago but it’s taken me time to put my response into words. The first draft was (maybe) a little over the top — “OMG OMG OMG best movie ever!”–and might have been more about how starved I am for a smart, sexy movie about real people than a [&hellip
Looper is one of those “mind-bending” thrillers that comes out every few years, like Memento, Inception, The Machinist, Source Code, Fight Club, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Matrix, Donnie Darko, Brazil, eXistenZ—less of a genre (some are mysteries, some sci-fi, some fantasy, some dramas, some comedies, some are even romances) than a philosophy (the [&hellip