Zombies are everywhere. Zombie movies, zombie TV shows, zombie games, zombie books, zombie walks, zombie runs, zombie fashion shows -- the damn things are impossible to escape. Right here in Denver, there are so many zombie events happening this month that we dedicated a post just to listing them. F ... More >>
Welcome to a new column called Geek Speak, in which we take on an aspect of geek culture each week. After years of hype, numerous setbacks and rampant rumors of a troubled shoot, the big-screen adaptation of Max Brooks' World War Z, the greatest zombie novel of all time, is coming to theaters on Fr ... More >>
The '90s don't get a lot of cinematic respect. Apart from a handful of acknowledged classics, film fans tend to overlook work from the rest of the decade. And that's a shame, because while the '90s might not be on the radar for a lot of cinemaphiles, there are plenty of good, ass-kicking crime and a ... More >>
As people who think about, talk about, write about, listen to and make music, it's not surprising that the most common (and favorite) topic of conversation among us is the same: "What are you listening to right now?" Stick a quarter in us, and, boy, wouldn't you know it, off we go, on and on about t ... More >>
The Huffington Post has succumbed to the temptation of food trends lists. While the Huff-P does politics like everybody's business, why are they now trying to convince the dining public that they're eating more bugs, that pimento cheese is suddenly cool and that macarons are falling from the ... More >>
It's nearly Thanksgiving, and since gratitude is for the weak, I'm thankful this year for one thing and one thing only: imminent victory. As we move into the fourth week of Movember, that great month during which brave men attempt to eradicate cancer by growing mustaches (thus raising awareness, whi ... More >>
For years, Barry Fey says, music fans have been needling him to write a book. "You know, people have been saying 'When's the book? When's the book?' for fifteen years," Fey notes. "It was daily, wherever I would go out... 'When's the book? Come on, you've got to write a book!'" Well, he final ... More >>
"The Searchers."The Colorado legislature just nixed a plan to tack a ten-cent fee onto movie tickets, money that would have been used to provide financial incentives for film companies that want to make movies in this state. As revised, the bill would now ask for donations from movie-goers -- ... More >>
Judge Kerry Hada: What do you think, Angelina?A tall seventeen-year-old boy wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a pair of deejay earphones around his neck stood facing Judge Kerry Hada in Division 191-J of the Denver County Juvenile Court, a small wood-paneled courtroom that was packed this morni ... More >>
"I'm more appealing than I look." Wondering how your friends and neighbors spent their evenings last year -- the ones who close their blinds, anyway? Turns out many of them were watching a dreary, seemingly endless movie in which Brad Pitt spends a long, long time looking like an ancient, qua ... More >>
Update: If you're wondering what a house show in Highlands Ranch looks like -- uh, like, say the one mentioned below -- wonder no more. Video after the jump. This week's top flier is advertising a show for cutting edge sounds of local acts Solar Bear, Colors, So Yeah, We're Werewolves and Indiana-b ... More >>
Where old masters, drunk teenagers, and Asia Argento make the fest's first week a blast.
Thought Equity Motion is using old footage in new revenue-generating ways.
The lastest Ocean is a washed-up threequel. How much you wanna bet Hollywood makes a bundle?
Translating slang is as easy as falling off a blog.
Storytelling gimmicks can't save this vapid, globally conscious puzzle-film.
Druhá Tráva won't be a pawn in the bluegrass game.
Brad and Angelina are out to kill each other. You may want a piece of them, too.
A rare superior sequel, Ocean's Twelve entertains with cinematic sleight of hand.
Dromedaries bond over string music in a refreshing new docudrama.
Tom Hanks steals the Coens' latest by playing -- get this -- funny.
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
Full Frontal is shot in digital and hits the target: Hollywood.
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
A new Rat Pack knocks over Vegas without much to show for it.
Brad and Julia get pistol-whipped by The Mexican.
With Snatch, Guy Ritchie once again proves himself the Tarantino of the Thames.
Fight Club dukes it out with the disaffected, nihilistic side of the American male. Yawn. Been there, done that.