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Punisher: War Zone kicks ass. And then it kicks some more ass.
Its a hard knock and creepy life in The Orphanage.
Horror films failed to scare up the big bucks in 2007.
The Latest Stephen King adaptation is all fogged up.
A killer cast enlivens a dark comedy.
James Wan puts down the Saw to dispense some vigilante justice.
Meet the new man behind the Michael Myers mask.
Film on the Rocks for Monday, July 23.
Joshua gets it: Your kid is a monster.
Unmasking Nathan Baesel
The passion of the cut-rate, high-grossing Saw series continues.
Hollywood pounces on 6-6-06 with a needless Omen revival.
The Hills Have Eyes gets a bloody overhaul, but nothing to recommend it.
Marebito's hero takes a vampire home -- which isn't the best idea.
There are vampires galore at Starz.
Paragon Theatre's Misery is worth the pain.
The first gay slasher movie goes straight to Hell.
The scariest thing about High Tension is the awful dubbing.
With plenty of gore and even more bore, House of Wax can't hold a candle to the original.
Friday, April 22, Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom, 303-297-1772.
Denver Public Library Film Series
Hard work and lots of play make Bedz a very busy DJ.
Close your eyes, count to ten, and hope this De Niro disaster disappears.
For sheer carnage, Saw shreds the competition.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
James Mangold's latest looks scary, plays funny, and might just be brilliant.
Hopkins without Foster just doesn't cut it.
American Psycho gets all chopped up, thank God.
A decade ago, the American Psycho author was vilified. Now, he could launch a franchise.
Director Roman Polanski returns to the supernatuaral with The Ninth Gate.
Music of the Heart plays every cliche available.
One day, a crew from The Shining showed up on Milwaukee Street. The block still hasn't recovered.