When he died of cancer yesterday, Roger Ebert was the best-known practitioner of a dying art: newspaper film criticism. Few papers can afford to have a movie reviewer of their own these days, choosing instead to run syndicated pieces by folks like Ebert, who became the unlikeliest of TV personalitie ... More >>
My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult began as a film idea that Frankie Nardiello and Marsten Daley had that never fully came to fruition. The two met while touring with Ministry, and in 1987, inspired in part by disco, exploitation films, the industrial scene happening around them in Chicago and a mutu ... More >>
Monday, March 19, 3 Kings Tavern, 303-777-7352.
A God-fearing black man tames a slutty white girl as Craig Brewer’s South rises again.
Dead or Alive 4 finally gets hardcore.
Seattle's Mudhoney sometimes wonders what all the fuzz was about.
Joan of Arc gets rekindled yet again in The Messenger.
Hemi Cuda likes the cars -- and the songs -- that go boom.
Doo Rag's Bob Log III proves that he can be outlandish all by himself.
Deadbolt's songs have the highest body count in rock and roll.