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Eco-Horror Film To Debut At Toronto Film Festival

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snipshot_1lxe40fw92.jpgNo, it doesn’t star Al Gore–but the timing after a hit like An Inconvenient Truth is certainly good. New York filmmaker, Larry Fessenden, is about to release an eco-horror film that hits hard at the oil industry. It’s titled The Last Winter. From the article,
“His new film’s “Alien”-style setup tracks eight men building oil drill sites in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, only to succumb to ‘a slow descent into an unknowable fear,’ climaxing with a showdown between the group’s pro-oil and environmentalist leaders.”

All I want to know is if the Alien-presence turns out to be Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens. Now that would be frightening–especially if it turns out he can actually make sense. There’s nothing more scary than a Ted Stevens that people can actually understand. Hit the jump for more info on the new film or visit the site for a sneak peek behind the scenes.

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Part 2: One of History’s Earliest Ethical Vegan Voices

Compared to the modern world, it was much harder to be vegan in Ma‘arrī’s time and place due to the religious and social pressures.

Part 1: One of History’s Earliest Ethical Vegan Voices

If the Syrian author of that poem could go vegan, anyone in our era can buck far milder social pressures and go vegan.

No, Animal Products are not being removed from the Canadian Food Guide

Vegans shouldn’t be quick to share excitement for a new and improved Health Canada food guide.