Taylor Gonda co-hosts and produces the Denver-based podcast These Things Matter, which features writers, filmmakers, musicians, academics, comedians, and Taylor's mom engaging in wonky discussions about their guests' beloved pop-cultural obsessions, ... More >>
Before the original Alien clinched stardom for director Ridley Scott, back when Blade Runner was just a twinkle in Scott's imaginative eye, there was his first film, The Duellists, a Napoleonic-era yarn based on a slip of a real incident that was later embellished into a short story by Joseph Conrad ... More >>
Since first emerging in the mid '80s, The Cult (due tomorrow night at the Ogden Theatre) has gone through some lineup changes and been on a few breaks. Through it all, the band's core members, frontman Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy, have continued to churn out some heavy records, including 2 ... More >>
Fans of fantasy are probably already familiar with Jacqueline Carey, who's just completed the third book in her third New York Times-bestselling trilogy revolving around the world of Terre D'Ange and gods and goddesses intervening in mortal life; the latest novel, Naamah's Kiss, continues the ... More >>
A young, female, would-be suicide bomber prepares to detonate — her cause unknown — in the harrowing Day Night.
Conspiracy and greed confront the wonder of childhood in I'm Not Scared.
Ang Lee's deeply divided hero gives The Hulk a split personality.
In The Dancer Upstairs, Bardem is the calm amid the political storm.
Meet a corporate lawyer's alter egos: a DJ and a space-age musician.
The year's screen gems.
The release of Apocalypse Now Redux sharpens the debate over the moral complexities of the battlefield.
The spirit of Hitchcock pops up in a deft French thriller.
Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved, and is that so wrong?