"I was appalled and disappointed," says Village Voice film critic Stephanie Zacharek of Spike Lee's Oldboy on this week's Voice Film podcast. "I love [Park Chan-wook's] original and watching Spike Lee's version, there were big differences I was picking up on. "Then I went back and looked at the or ... More >>
If fireworks and baseball games aren't your thing, July has plenty of geek entertainment on tap -- whether you're looking to flex your gaming muscles, get the latest book in the classic Shannara series signed by the author or just sit in the blessedly cool air-conditioned embrace of a movie theater ... 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 >>
At The ABCs of Death, showing now at the Sie FilmCenter, you're going to get the equivalent of horror tapas -- one short, punchy tale for each letter of the alphabet, each delivered by a current or rising star in the genre. It's a tasty appetizer that can serve as a meal in and of itself, but what i ... More >>
Red Rocks hosts Blade Runner for Film on the Rocks.
This week's DVD releases has all three.
Saturday, June 16
Rodriguez and Tarantino overcome nostalgia in their cut-and-run mash note to film’s guilty pleasures.
Cruising down the boulevard, Denver’s avenue of schemes and dreams.
Poseidon's second voyage yields a brand-new disaster.
This horse movie needs to be put down as soon as possible.
Young teens become super-empowered in Sky High.
Miracle scores with an emotional retelling of an Olympic triumph.
In 1988, Ron Shelton made Bull Durham. In 2002, it couldn't be done.
Cameron Crowe takes Jerry Maguire on a dizzy trip through dreamland.
Are we having funds yet?
How a kid from Boulder became an eyewitness to the passing of an era.
A timeline of the Pearl Street Mall