The best scary movies are not necessarily the ones with superb acting or cutting-edge special effects. You don't need Alfred Hitchcock or Wes Craven -- or even a big budget -- to get scared silly. The best scary movies are sometimes strange and sometimes campy, with a dark sense of humor. Here are o ... More >>
On Saturday the Alamo Drafthouse is showing the cult-classic horror film Basket Case. Given that the movie was made for around $35,000 with a largely amateur cast and crew, it's hard to imagine a film less likely to still be showing in theaters more than thirty years after it was first released. Eve ... More >>
Some cult films have such an expansive audience, they may as well be mainstream. Others attract a smaller, more dedicated cult of followers who share the movie's joys via word of mouth and keep it alive at midnight screenings. Then there are other films that seem to have no cult at all, yet are stil ... More >>
For years, Keith Garcia's Watching Hour series brought everything from forgotten classics of the VHS era to the newest underground horror and science fiction to adventurous film fans in Denver. That ended when Garcia left the Denver Film Society to take the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema's creative manager ... More >>
If you missed the big announcement of Off-Center@The Jones's upcoming programming at the theater's season opening event last night, you also missed a big party with lots of free beer. Under wraps until the live trailer show commenced, the venue's third season of nonconformist theater can now be disc ... More >>
#47: Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin are multi-taskers at the Denver Center Theatre Company: Miller is a techno whiz for DCTC shows, while Tarquin coordinates new productions. But on the side -- the off-center, you might say -- they curate the DCTC's underground se ... More >>
On the surface, Darren Aronofsky's bleak masterpiece Requiem for a Dream, the screwball musical nun-comedy of Sister Act and a spaghetti Western from Thailand don't have much in common. In the eyes of Denver Film Society programming director Keith Garcia, they all share one important trait: They're ... More >>
Deep in the bowels of the Denver Performing Arts Complex lies the mysterious little Jones Theatre, which sits on the backside of the complex like an afterthought. But what goes on in there? For one, there's Cult Following, a monthly improv-based (but not exactly) performance serial with this motto: ... More >>
Thursday, September 29, Ogden Theatre, 303-832-1874.
Saturday, July 9, Casselman's Bar and Venue, 720-242-8923.
The game plays much like a regular UNO experience, although there is a cool new "Don't Worry About It" card designed exclusively for the Uno Collector's Edition of Tommy Wiseau's cult classic movie, "The Room." Perfectly named, the "Don't Worry About It" card rescues a player from having to follow t ... More >>