We leave the movie theater on this week's Voice Film Club podcast in favor of a longform interview with Village Voice film critic Stephanie Zacharek, who's been at the New York paper for about a year. Before that she wrote for Salon, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone and the Boston Phoenix, among ... More >>
Even though the band has been around for five years, Metz just released its self-titled debut full-length on Sub Pop this year. Even prior to that, the Toronto-based trio only released a few seven-inches. Mostly these guys have spent their time focusing on developing as a group by touring and playin ... More >>
If you're looking to get your fix of cinematic terror but are facing a frightening shortage of cash, the current Fresh City Life film series at the Central Denver Public Library, "The Kids Are Not Alright," is a real treat. The Tuesday night films, all scary movies featuring evil children, ar ... More >>
Yesterday the art world bid farewell to one of its most badass and cryptic members when Frank Frazetta died of a stroke at the age of 82. His dark and often gruesome work will be missed. His comic artwork alone contributed to many of our own doodles of death-dealing knights and broadsword-w ... More >>
You have to hand it to Tim Burton. Not only did he pull off the biggest opening of his already formidable career with the record take for Alice in Wonderland, he managed to turn one of the weirdest kids' books in history into something even weirder. Of course, he took massive liberties with the so ... More >>
Catherine Deneuve on her new film, A Christmas Tale, and her long, glorious non-career
Sesame Street and the Who bookend two very special editions.
The third time's the guilty pleasure for Tucker and Chan's buddy cop franchise.
A gas station attendant pumps out enlightenment in Peaceful Warrior.
Hard Candy turns the tables on an online pedophile.
Harrison Ford runs smack into a Firewall, poor guy.
Polanski's Oliver Twist misses the grit of the Dickens classic.
Christian Bale chases phantoms and loses sleep in Brad Anderson's latest.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
That Amélie girl returns with the yucky side of romance.
Polanski returns to Poland.
An attempt to mingle two seafaring stories leaves viewers adrift.
Albert and Allen Hughes deliver a sensuous but grisly message From Hell.
Catherine Deneuve shines in Place Vendôme.
Director Roman Polanski returns to the supernatuaral with The Ninth Gate.