Every single person who's been spreading the rumor that because recreational cannabis is now legal in some places, trick-or-treating kids will suddenly be loaded with THC-infused edibles needs to sit down, shut up, quit scaring the fuck out of everyone, and just do what they would normally do on Hal ... More >>
Forget its reputation: There is no way that Plan 9 from Outer Space is the worst movie ever made. I know this for a fact, because I have seen dozens, maybe as many as a hundred, movies that are much, much worse. It's not even the worse movie in its genre (it's a hybrid zombie/alien invasion movie). ... More >>
Fashion steps into the world of fantasy with this cotton candy-colored look. We spotted dolled-up Christina Tate at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center recently; keep reading to learn her favorite color, accessory and places to shop. See also: Womenswear Wednesdays: Jessie Maynard on her Alice in Wond ... More >>
Valentine's Day is nearly upon us, and love is in the air. Everywhere you look, people are planning fancy dates or at least renting their favorite romantic movies for a night of couch-snuggling with their beloved. Contrary to the stereotypes, geeks are no different. Well, maybe a little different -- ... More >>
G-Eazy is an up and coming rapper born in Oakland but based in New Orleans. The MC, who stands out thanks to his Dapper Dan appearance, gravely voice and self-made production, broke out somewhat thanks to his Endless Summer mixtape, which featured a remix of Dion's "Runaround Sue." His independently ... More >>
Pastry chef Kris Padalino dug around the garden when she joined the crew at Bittersweet this spring, and came up with some sweet and evil desserts for her first menu. Utilizing the crops planted by co-owner/chef Olav Peterson, Padalino revised the roster, adding a traditional strawberry shortcake, a ... More >>
Pop culture can inspire some strange culinary creations; a creep-tastic example is Alamo Drafthouse's new duo of wines based on Silence of the Lambs: "The Cannibal Chianti," a nod to Hannibal Lecter, connoisseur of two-legged protein, and "Suit Yourself Pinot Grigio," an homage to Buffalo Bill, our ... More >>
Face it: You're not going to see The Book of Mormon this weekend without dropping some serious cash for scalped tickets...and even if you get lucky in the daily lottery, you'll pay $25 for that seat. But there are plenty of other entertaining activities in town that you can enjoy on the cheap. From ... More >>
J. WohletzThe spirit of gift-giving seems to have gotten seriously lost, what with people getting seasoned with pepper-spray and countless hordes of poor suckers using their credit cards like drunken whores. So why not say "Fuck Mastercard!" and give some affordable presents that everyone on ... More >>
J. WohletzThis is one in a series of posts in honor of Denver Arts Week that salute some of our favorite people and places on the arts scene. The beauty part of art for art's sake is that it doesn't have to be expensive, or be hung in a gallery to be significant or light you up. The Nightma ... More >>
She would vote for you.Alright, so we didn't like Soul Surfer that much. But they can't all be gems, and when it comes to elevating fellow Denverites into the echelons of dumb awards, we're always willing to help a brother out -- so take, if you will, a moment from your busy day and cast a vo ... More >>
Ukulele Loki's Gadabout Orchestra. Aaron Johnson is pictured far right.Aaron Johnson has a lot on his plate right now. He teaches fifth-graders by day, and by night he's taking classes to get certified in teaching English as a Second Language. He's also a Geeks Who Drink quizmaster. But tonight? Ton ... More >>
Winona Ryder is so cool, Johnny Depp tattooed "Winona Forever" on his arm when they were engaged. Her first audition was a monologue from Franny & Zooey. Generation X has a crush on her. And we forgive her for the shoplifting. Actors do way worse things. Inspired by our Winona fever, as well ... More >>
Bonobo (aka Simon Green) stopped by the Ogden on Wednesday with L.A.'s Tokimonsta BONOBO | 11.24.10 | Ogden Theatre Bonobo, aka Simon Green, is touring in support of his latest album, Black Sands -- and he brings with him enough instrumentalists to accurately reproduce its sweeping, orchestral sou ... More >>
We don't know if you've noticed or not, but Hollywood has a knack for remaking films (brazenly displaying its pronounced lack of creativity). These movies tend to fall into one of three categories: Pop-film, genre-film or foreign. We've never fully understood the system of how they decide w ... More >>
The recent verbal missteps made by John Mayer and his subsequent radio silence got us to thinking about a number of people who've been vomiting in our ears lately that would do well to take a cue from him and STFU. Look, we understand that being a celebrity is probably not easy, but not bei ... More >>
You have to hand it to Tim Burton. Not only did he pull off the biggest opening of his already formidable career with the record take for Alice in Wonderland, he managed to turn one of the weirdest kids' books in history into something even weirder. Of course, he took massive liberties with the so ... More >>
Tim Burtonís gorgeously gruesome Sweeney Todd.
Fantastical meets political in this stunning for-adults-only fairy tale.
Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee becomes a thing of beauty.
Wolf Creek rings in Christmas with a band of butchered tourists.
Landmarkís Esquire Theater
Saturday Midnights at the Esquire
Tim Burton is dead-on again in the darkly delightful Corpse Bride.
Thanks to Depp and Burton, Willy Wonka just got weirder.
The Dark Knight's origin story can't overcome its Bale-ful side.
Like Big Fish for little kids, Robots works hard to please everyone.
Jim Carrey's in fine form, but the rest of Snicket is more unfortunate.
Cat in the Hat is easily dumped.
Tim Burton monkeys around with an icon, but is it evolution?
Tim Burton monkeys around with an icon, but is it evolution?
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
Chicken Run cooks up a radical bucket of fun.
Tim Burton turns his ray gun on everything in sight when Mars Attacks!, and it's good, gory fun.