Documentary Review- The Rise of Jordan Peterson

‘The Rise of Jordan Peterson‘ is a 2019 documentary directed by Patricia Marcoccia which follows the clinical psychologist and professor Jordan Peterson, the writing of his books, his stand against proposed Canadian law Bill C-16, and subsequent rise to fame. It was produced by Holding Space Films and released by Gravitas Ventures. The film starts with…

‘The Decline’ Review- Declining To Keep My Interest

Directed by Patrice Laliberté, this French-Canadian thriller ‘The Decline‘ is made by Couronne Nord and distributed through Netflix. It had its premiere at the Rendez-vous Québec Cinéma film festival under its original title ‘Jusqu’au déclin.’ There are some minor spoilers in this review. Antoine (Guillaume Laurin) is a wannabe survivalist living in rural Quebec. He…

Movie Review Flashback- The Edge (1997)

Written by David Mamet, The Edge is a 1997 survival film directed by Lee Tamahori and starring a famous celebrity Kodiak bear named Bart the Bear who appeared in survival films throughout his lifespan. Billionaire Charles Morse (Anthony Hopkins) is taken by his supermodel wife Mickey (Elle Macpherson) to a remote vacation lodge in Canada.…

FDR’s D-Day Prayer

On June 6th, 1944, the Allied Nations, including the United States, Britain, Canadian, and several other soldiers from various nations came together to launch an ambitious attack on the beaches of Normandy, France in occupied Nazi Germany. Troops from America landed on what became known as Omaha Beach to assist with the invasion. This helped…

What’s In A Style?

When publishing a magazine or periodical, it seems that there are so many things to consider. There is subject, peer review type, audience, staffing, online or not, and so much more, but not in the least is the type of style guide you will use. The choice of style appears to be a minute detail…