Adam Sank is a nationally reknown comedian who has appeared on Last Comic Standing and VH1's Best Week Ever. In June, Sank debuted his one-man cabaret show Mama, I Want to Sing Showtunes: A One 'Mo Show to sell out crowds, with another run planned for august. Westword caug ... More >>
No movie musical says summer better than Grease, which makes it a perfect choice to open the season at Infinity Park's Monday Movie Madness summer series of free family movies. See also: - Grease and ennui: My date last night - Repertory Cinema Wishlist: Robert Altman's Nashville -Repertory Cinema ... More >>
On June 6, 1933, a group of people in Camden, New Jersey each paid 25 cents to park their cars in front of a movie screen to watch the British comedy Wives Beware. Eight years later, the tradition of drive-in ovies is still alive, if not exactly thriving. Seven functioning drive-ins remain in Colora ... More >>
If there's one thing that pop culture has taught us, it's that robots fight. From Terminator to Transformers, robots are duking it out everywhere. But maybe it doesn't have to be that way. Maybe some robots just want to dance.
Thanks to John Travolta's stunning performance in 1996's groundbreaking Michael, we've had plenty of chances to imagine what humans would look like with bird-like wings. We've had far fewer chances, however, to imagine the opposite. Today, because the absence of it has left a void in our soul ... More >>
Come on Travolta... you can barely hold the gun and you've got a stringy Biore strip on your nose....This Wednesday, Denver Film Society and Denver Museum of Nature and Science are kicking off an amazing five-week film series for all the sci-fi buffs out there by matching superior film-making wit ... More >>
Candy Darling was probably the sexiest transvestite that ever lived, but s/he wasn't just sexy -- she was also talented. A star of stage and screen, she worked with luminaries from Andy Warhol to Tennessee Williams and was, during the course of her short life, such a fixture on the New York s ... More >>
Britt Chester EOTO • HEYOKA • DIESELBOY With Project Aspect • NitGrit • Ishe • SPECTRE J.Wail and Chuck Morris of Lotus • Fresh2Death • Freddy Todd • Jantsen NastyNasty • Liquid Stranger • RumbleJunkie • Larva Ink City Hall Amphitheatre | 12.31.10 City Hall Amphith ... More >>
For about the next two weeks, the daylight hours will continue to get shorter, leaving little to do but contemplate the existential despair that comes with the gathering darkness, and maybe try to get some Christmas shopping done. Unless you're Jewish, in which case it's day six of Hanukkah, ... More >>
flickr / nmfinThanks to the absurdly low cost of music and video editing software and an inexhaustible number of people who clearly have too much time on their hands, the Internet has been inundated with mash-ups. Some folks, believe this is a auspicious development for humanity. And while we ... More >>
Channel 9 early birds saw a lot of the Bolt logo this morning. With TV news operations producing more and more hours of content, filling the time becomes even more of a challenge. That's no excuse, however, for padding out newscasts with blatantly promotional content -- which Channel 9 has been ... More >>
Disneys latest toon, Bolt, is a starry dog story
This week's DVD releases has all three.
This movie musical of the musical of the movie is nowhere near divine.
This cast of old men in leather pants is on the road to nowhere good.
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
The timing is hot for Ladder 49, an unabashed homage to firefighters.
Les Yeux sans Visage
What a bad feeling -- and taste -- Honey leaves behind.
Grungy Saturday Night Fever leaves critic ill.
De Niro -- no surprise -- is the reason to like City by the Sea.
From the week of March 7, 2002
Frampton Comes Alive!: 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (A&M)
Peter Frampton (Legacy)
The premise of 15 Minutes sags, but the action is entertaining.
Rocky Mountain hype
From the week of April 27
Look who's talking now.