A popular trope in horror movies involves a family that finds out a just-purchased house is haunted -- and then can't get anyone to buy it. In the real world, such properties wind up on the market, too...hopefully with less dreadful consequences for purchasers than those in, say, The Conjuring. TopT ... More >>
Looking for somewhere safe to trick-or-treat? Want to hear some ghost stories in a haunted, old West setting? Hankering for a spot where the whole family can dress up and enjoy a little (mildly) scary entertainment? From Día de los Muertos celebrations to parties offering unlimited trips to the bou ... More >>
It's unfortunate that so many people assume that U.K. punk was all about politics. When Bill Maher interviewed Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong on his show Real Time with Bill Maher last year, he questioned the singer's punk credibility for working to help elect Barack Obama in 2008, referring to Th ... More >>
"Wicked" returns!What do Walt Whitman and Broadway theater have in common? Both contain multitudes. Bad jokes aside, Denver Center Attractions' 2012 lineup is filled with contrariety. It kicks off this January with a production of Bring It On: The Musical, a high-octane comedy about cheerle ... More >>
Willow Palin asserts that you are a homosexualIf conservative politics are a circus, then the Palin family is everyone's favorite sideshow. The teen pregnancy, the strange babydaddy drama, the truncated term as governor -- shoot, that was the Palins just getting warmed up, evidently, because ... More >>
Tom Tancredo?When Dan Maes isn't comparing himself to the heroic Serpico, he's linking Tom Tancredo to loony "Uncle Fester" of The Addams Family -- a label he first offered Denver Magazine, and repeated last week on KOA. But if Tancredo is Uncle Fester, who is Maes?
Our top DVD picks scheduled for release this week.
Contemporary realism is on display at Robischon, while get-realism takes over at RMCAD.
Pinball Showdown pits game fanatics against machines
Become part of the machine at Lyons Classic Pinball.
Seraphim Shock's reign of terror reaches new heights.
Sons of Armageddon, featuring Hugg-E
Murphy and Wilson fool around with formulaic fun.