An archival, curatorial and performance project, Daniel Barrow's Winnipeg Babysitter reveals the hidden history of independently produced television and subversive cable access from Manitoba's capital. Barrow presents a magic-lantern commentary, tracing the history of public access television in Manitoba, and describing the various and outrageous biographies of its performers and producers and in doing so, he provides a window (lit by the glow of an overhead projector) onto the history of a medium revealed as an important platform whose influence continues to resonate in the practices of Winnipeg artists.
In this third installment of the Final Destination series, a student's premonition of a deadly rollercoaster ride saves her life and a lucky few, but not from death itself which seeks out those who escaped their fate.
After discovering they are all dating the same same guy, three popular students from different cliques band together for revenge, so they enlist the help of a new gal in town and conspire to break the jerk's heart, while destroying his reputation.
Monsters under the bed are scary enough, but what happens when an entire house is out to get you? Three teens aim to find out when they go up against a decrepit neighboring home and unlock its frightening secrets.
When he loses a highly publicized virtual boxing match to ex-champ Rocky Balboa, reigning heavyweight titleholder Mason Dixon retaliates by challenging the Itallian Stallion to a nationally televised, 10-round exhibition bout.
To test its top-secret Human Hibernation Project, the Pentagon picks the most average Americans it can find - an Army private and a prostitute - and sends them to the year 2505 after a series of freak events.
Have you watched Winnipeg Babysitter yet? What did you think about it?