On Saturday the Alamo Drafthouse is showing the cult-classic horror film Basket Case. Given that the movie was made for around $35,000 with a largely amateur cast and crew, it's hard to imagine a film less likely to still be showing in theaters more than thirty years after it was first released. Eve ... More >>
Summertime, and the living is easy: sit under the stars and watch Steven Spielberg's E.T., attend a few art shows, catch a production of Hairspray. There's lots to do in Denver this fun-packed weekend -- and many of the best possibiities are free. For more entertainment opportunities, visit the Wes ... More >>
With rare exceptions for the Smart Car, the tandem bike and whatever those contraptions are in the Dr. Seuss books, the human evolutionary process basically stopped when mankind progressed from two legs to two wheels. If you need proof of the superiority of the cycle, look no further than film, wher ... More >>
Thursday, July 14, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 303-830-8497.
Nothing like a little smattering of nostalgia to soften up the critics, and J.J. Abrams lays it on thick in Super 8, his pitch-perfect paean to Steven Spielberg and growing up in the late '70s and early '80s. But sentiment doesn't have to be a weak critical reaction, as Tim Davids notes in hi ... More >>
The king of Hollywood takes on the small screen.
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What won't the best actor of his generation do for a role? Not much.
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Cartoon kids poke around Spielberg's Monster House.
Esquire Theatre, 590 Downing Street
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Spielberg's Munich rehashes a tale we've heard before.
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The Terminal is Spielberg's satiric take on our post-9/11 world.
How Al Jourgensen's years in Colorado helped shape Ministry's unique musical fury.
Home Movie looks inside some eccentric domiciles.
Mel Gibson has a close encounter with something out of this world.
Spielberg's latest gets good grades until the end.
Fear and self-loathing at the Minority Report junket.
E.T. returns to heal our cynical hearts.
Shut the Fuck Up and Dance
Special-effects wizard Phil Tippett--creator of Starship Troopers' murderous bugs--envisions the digital future.