Record Store Day is all about showing the love for your favorite bands by hitting the shops and making a purchase. Westword decided to hit the checkout lines at Wax Trax and Twist and Shout and put people on the spot. Hey You! You just bought a bunch of stuff from the record store: show us the goods ... More >>
Are you a prudish nostalgic looking to sip some tea, nibble on crumpets and harken back to the good old days when servants were servants, aristocrats were aristocrats and monarchs bred with each other over and over and over again, holding onto their estates through thinly veiled incest? Do you long ... More >>
Thirteen years and a hundred school shootings later, why is Hollywood still obsessed with this one?
This week's feature, "The Columbine Effect," explores the enduring fascination indie filmmakers seem to have with the attack on Columbine High School thirteen years ago -- and the agendas advanced (gun control, bullying prevention, etc.) in their fictional and not-so-fictional interpretations of the ... More >>
Facing Indy at the box office, Narnia sequel ups the action and loses some magic.
The year's best characters.
Avoiding its anti-dogma roots, Golden Compass veers off-course.
Watch your back, Grisham: Michael Claytonís no ordinary legal thriller.
C.S. Lewis's world comes to life in The Chronicles of Narnia.
Mike Mills's debut is smart, funny and gorgeously sad.
Jim Jarmusch succeeds by keeping Broken Flowers messy.
Reeves is back in black, and there's more hell to pay.
Temptation flourishes in the garden of Young Adam.
Catholics and Nazis are bad -- and a new movie about both is boring.
The year's screen gems.
From the directors of Suture comes a deeply satisfying new film noir.
The War Zone takes an unflinching look at the battles on the homefront.
Leo grins and bares it for The Beach.