Sooo, there’s kind of a weird thematic thing going on this week.
On the latest episode of NOW What, Rad and I expand on his cover story about the pandemic’s affect on people’s existing sleep disorders and insomnia with the help of our mutual friend Alicia Fletcher (and my own years-long experience).
And then, what should be the lead of this week’s What to Watch column but Come True, Anthony Scott Burns’ creepy horror movie where Julia Sarah Stone plays a teenager whose participation in a sleep study turns her waking life into a nightmare?
It’s weird, right? It’s definitely weird.
And speaking of people whose lives are sliding out of balance, the TFCA named Anne at 13,000 Ft. the best Canadian movie of 2020 on Tuesday night, and I wrote about our very first virtual gala at NOW.
That was weird too.