October 15 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 25  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Kill Bill: Vol. One another Tarantino masterpiece

It’s been six years since Quentin Tarantino’s last movie and fans have been eager for his latest project. With Kill Bill: Volume 1, it appears as though Tarantino wants to challenge Hot Shots Part Deux as the self-proclaimed bloodiest movie of all time.


Celebrity Dartboard
Stick it on a wall, aim and throw

“Your Body is a Wonderland.” “Bigger Than My Body.” Does someone have a body obsession? John Mayer, we really must know: are you really bigger than your body?


Live-action Chicago is darker than its film counterpart

TORONTO — Try singing “Come on, babe, why don’t we paint the town?” and I bet almost everyone would immediately recognize the tune “All That Jazz” from Chicago.


Who needs critics?

Dave Mueller, frontman of the Windsor-based “post-punk” outfit Full White Drag, took a few moments to answer some of The Gazette’s prying questions.


Fred Durst with Halle Berry?

the single guy


Website of the Week

Metal Sludge
www.metal-sludge.com


ON DISC


CONCERT REVIEW

Matchbox Twenty


 

 

 

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