Kevin Smith fans are taking to the streets to celebrate the announcement that he is currently writing Clerks III -- or at least they would be, if they weren't too stoned to leave their houses. Even though Smith said he wasn't going to produce a sequel to Clerks II, now he is. About time for Clerks f ... More >>
Matthew Morris from top to bottom.Colorado's been on a roll lately when it comes to reality show contestants. Fort Collins' Haeley Vaughn and Denver's Lily Scott made strong showings on American Idol. And Louisville's Nicole Fox actually won cycle thirteen of America's Next Top Model; read ... More >>
Remember those five dreamy days last August when the 2008 Democratic National Convention made every Denver moment seem like magic? It's all such a daze. My, how things have changed.... 2008 DNC Dream Daze: With 15,000 members of the media in town, journalists could be seen standing every te ... More >>
Frankly, I would have preferred David Lee Roth. Lucky thing for the Republicans that Sarah Palin became a media sensation during her Republican National Convention spotlight address. After all, John McCain proved with his acceptance remarks last night that he's not among the country's most scintil ... More >>
The body politic. Forget Jennifer Lopez, Rosario Dawson and all those other so-called stars reportedly heading our way for the Democratic National Convention. A real celebrity is on her way: Amber Lee Ettinger, better known as the Obama Girl. Via e-mail, Jackie Brook, Ettinger's publicist, reveals ... More >>
This week's DVD releases has all three.
Rodriguez and Tarantino overcome nostalgia in their cut-and-run mash note to film’s guilty pleasures.
Kevin Smith's still hanging at the Quick Stop, trying to grow up. Or not.
A Broadway shmaltzfest spawns a big-screen travesty.
The rocker's second directorial stab yields a true gorefest.
What's black and white and red all over? Sin City, pal.
An epic figure turns human -- and fallible -- in Oliver Stone's Alexander.
A final day of freedom coincides with the aftermath of 9/11.
The fast-paced MIIB looks like a sure summer crowd-pleaser.
Edward Burns's Sidewalks does more talking than walking.
The man who created Josie and the Pussycats can't understand why his girls don't belong to him