It's easy to spend a summer wasting away inside, with the air-conditioning cranked high. But even though it's easy, that doesn't mean it's right. Denver is full of great events this weekend that are cheap and cool -- in spirit, if not in actual temperature. From films made in just 48 hours to trunk ... More >>
Since first emerging in the mid '80s, The Cult (due tomorrow night at the Ogden Theatre) has gone through some lineup changes and been on a few breaks. Through it all, the band's core members, frontman Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy, have continued to churn out some heavy records, including 2 ... More >>
P. Switzer"Ragtime," Arvada Center. Denver's fall theater season is already off to a hot and heavy start with offerings of every stripe, from classically funny (The Liar and Unnecessary Farce) to explosive (Justin Bieber Meets Al Qaeda) to thought-provoking (Clybourne Park) to just plain sill ... More >>
"Me and my roommates were reading way too many Lone Wolf and Cub graphic novels," says Odam Fei Mud's Daniel Crosier about the formation of his neo-kabuki performance group, "and watching way too many Akira Kurosawa films." But that's just the inspiration behind Odam Fei Mud, slated to appe ... More >>
Alan Clements uses Spiritually Incorrect to skewer modern hype.
Yes, it's another waning-samurai film, but this one is brilliant.
Longmont Film Festival
Tom Cruise looks like a battle beetle in The Last Samurai.
Shadow Theatre's Macbeth loses its voice.
King Missile III returns to target a new herd of sacred cows.
In Himalaya, the human spirit tests its mettle.
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Japanese anime fans rejoice with the American release of Princess Mononoke.
The Minus Man doesn't equal the sum of its parts.