Alamo Drafthouse, 7301 South Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, is hosting a Fight Club food and film event tonight. Chef Seth Rexroad has prepared a four-course meal coordinated with David Fincher's movie. See also: First look: CapRock Farm Bar opens Tuesday at the Source -- and whiskey is on the horizo ... More >>
Harvest Week begins this Sunday and runs through Friday, September 27. The week-long celebration features 36 EatDenver restaurants collaborating on a series of pop-up dinner parties at the GrowHaus, 4751 York Street. The parties (a brunch and five dinners) will have interactive themes and sell out i ... More >>
In recent days, we've shared the Internet Movie Database's ten most popular performers from Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Aurora. But there's a lot more state out there, and plenty of other notables from places beyond these four cities -- like, for instance, Greeley, Conifer, Longmont, Crest ... More >>
If you're like us, you love the Internet Movie Database, arguably the most comprehensive online treasure trove of info about movies, TV shows and the people in them. Among the gazillion things you can do on IMDB is search folks by where they're from. When we tried this with Mile High City natives, w ... More >>
Nathan Lund, a comedian in the Fine Gentleman's Club, may not strike Denver comedy fans as a man of letters, but those who listen closely will be unsurprised. However, there' a lot going on beneath Lund's direct, unvarnished style of joke-telling and his wooly appearance. An integral figure in t ... More >>
With Friday's release of The Heat (Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy), another buddy cop movie joins a film library filled with explosions, oddball pairings and broad humor. While the genre's been compacted into a cliche over the years (especially immediately following its heyday in the late '80s and ... More >>
Dave Grohl is a busy guy. The Foo Fighters frontman is a member of multiple supergroups, played alongside Paul McCartney at the 12/12/12 Sandy Relief Concert, will be the keynote speaker at South by Southwest this March, and just made his directing debut with Sound City, a documentary tracing the hi ... More >>
David Fincher has made a name for himself by giving audiences cerebral stories with a penchant to wash out color as often as possible. His latest film was the universally applauded Social Network, but before he wowed the critics he won over the common people with some of the best films to eve ... More >>
The Academy Award nominations are out and they're pretty much what you expected: The King's Speech, Black Swan, The Social Network, etc. This is the second year of the expanded ten movie Best Picture category. And as these things go, the ten nominees are not a bad indication of what stuck wi ... More >>
With its secret boys' club and bloody good fun, Wanted has all of the fight with none of the guilt.
The top movies of 2007.
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt awes again in this character-driven theft thriller.
David Finch’s Type-A approach to filmmaking pays off in this thrilling serial-killer chilller.
Mission: Impossible III runs the franchise into the ground.
You have no idea what you're in for with Oldboy -- but you'll learn.
An experimental director and a harrowing tale fit The Jacket perfectly.
For sheer carnage, Saw shreds the competition.
In Taking Lives, the filmmakers are the real boobs.
Murder By Death's funereal tune marches to a grisly beat.
The Terminator's back. Again.
Horror fans will smile at Darkness Falls.
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)
Stuck in the Panic Room, David Fincher takes us to a most familiar place.
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles.
A spiffed up Hard Day's Night continues to dazzle, with its jump cuts, slow motion and sped-up Beatles antics.
From South Park to Pokémon, 1999 was almost an American beauty.
A weird concept makes Being John Malkovich a one-of-a-kind experience.
Fight Club dukes it out with the disaffected, nihilistic side of the American male. Yawn. Been there, done that.