There are only supposed to be six degrees of separation between actor Kevin Bacon and the rest of humanity. But at this writing, the distance still appears to be considerable between KB, who's currently filming a movie called Cop Car in the Colorado Springs area, and a local reporter who spent a day ... More >>
April showers bring May flowers, but we geeks don't have to wait a whole month to reap the benefits of this one. This month is loaded with great times for geeks of every stripe, from pinball wizards to devotees of '80s cinema, and numerous points between. Dig in to this list of Denver's finest geek ... More >>
Sleeping away from home is scary. Hotels hotels, motels and other temporary sleeping arrangements can be full of bed bugs, meth residue and sketchy-ass neighbors -- and when you step out of real life and into the world of horror movies, you can add murderous ghosts, zombies and psychotic clerks to t ... More >>
The original Maniac hit theaters in 1980, and quickly became a slasher classic by heralding a new era in on-screen depravity. The grimy, gritty film about a serial killer who scalps women and collects mannequins famously depicted a close-up of a shotgun blast to the head, multiple scalpings and othe ... More >>
The PleasuresDudes, Denver's way-past-prime-time adult TV celebs, were invited to work the green carpet last weekend at the Los Angeles premiere of Poultrygeist. See their slideshow here; their upclose and personal account of the green-carpet capers continues below (read part one here): The green ... More >>
Horror films failed to scare up the big bucks in 2007.
James Wan puts down the Saw to dispense some vigilante justice.
Unbunch panties, please: This sequel is lame, tame and totally not worth moralizing.
Rodriguez and Tarantino overcome nostalgia in their cut-and-run mash note to film’s guilty pleasures.
Matthew Helms is a martial-arts expert, a boy genius...and Hollywood's hair apparent.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.