November 25, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 48  

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Gothika is frighteningly awful

Gothika was frightening. Frighteningly awful. The previews seemed to promise an amazing psychological thriller that would keep viewers wide awake in terror for the next few nights. Unfortunately, the preview was the best thing Gothika had to offer.

All you can eat

Tuesday Tease

So, you and your special lady friend have just finished a nice dinner together and you’ve decided to order the vagina for dessert. Here are some tips from a self-proclaimed “Pussy Commando” to ensure that it’s a dish enjoyed by all.

Recent Paintings and childhood memories

Currently residing and teaching at Dawson College in Montreal, Michael Smith uses his paintings to rehash old memories of childhood fantasies of forests and meadows. A landscape painter, Smith does not focus on detail, but more on the feeling invoked when standing in a lush and serene setting.

Love? Noy Actually

There’s no avoiding the fact that at the core of all romantic comedies lies a concentration of pure evil so sinister even Satan himself won’t go near it.



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