The zombification of America got its start in 1968, when George A. Romero and a bunch of his friends and colleagues released Night of the Living Dead, the scrappy little horror movie that could not only serve as patient zero in the ongoing pop-cultural zombie apocalypse, it also revolutionized horro ... More >>
HAVOK @ MARQUIS THEATER | FRI, 6/21/13 Hot on the heels of its European tour with Cephalic Carnage, Suffocation and Fallujah, Havok is preparing for the release its new album, Unnatural Selection, next Tuesday, June 25. The ten-track album, the band's fourth release overall and the followup to 2011' ... More >>
Alice Cooper is a shock rock pioneer that's influenced countless artists with his on stage horror movie imagery and antics, which included hangings and beheadings by guillotine. Theatrics aside, Cooper (aka Vincent Furnier) is also a talented songwriter. Hits like "I'm Eighteen," "School's Out" and ... More >>
This is part one of my interview with Biker Jim, chef-owner of Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs. Part two of our banter will run in this space tomorrow. Jim Pittenger Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs 2148 Larimer Street 303-550-8231 www.bikerjimsdogs.com "I'm too young to have this much history," quips the 54- ... More >>
Tonight, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, one lucky person win a date with Buntport Theater as a part of MCA's Black Sheep Friday Dating Game event. In honor of the 60s show that inspired this local happening, we've compiled a collection of the top five celebrity appearances on The Dating G ... More >>
Werewolves of London, probably the best picture disc ever released.So October (or Monstober if you're into annoying nicknames) is the month of monsters, when we take an evening to support kids in dressing up like their favorite killing beast and threaten neighbors for candy, and adults in dre ... More >>
There's no doubt that the Historic Elitch Theatre has an important place in Denver history; after opening in 1897, the venue hosted such venerable names as Patty Duke, Grace Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Vincent Price, Dick Van Patten...the list goes on, and so could we. The theater has been under r ... More >>
I could talk about how Thriller was my first cassette and what it felt like listening to those foreboding synthesizers and Vincent Price monologue coming out of my dinky one-speaker tape player. Or I could talk about what it's been like watching my two-year-old son grooving to "Billie Jean" on his ... More >>
Remakes cant hold a candle to The Last Man on Earth.
The best DVDs of '07 made old movies feel new again.
That old “last man on earth” setup? It really works.
Elitch Theatre's first post-renovation production inspires confusion.
Eerie melodrama explores the dark arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna.
In 2005, longhairs got more progressive than ever.
Landmark’s Esquire Theater
With plenty of gore and even more bore, House of Wax can't hold a candle to the original.
Jim Carrey's in fine form, but the rest of Snicket is more unfortunate.
Friday, June 4, hi-dive, 720-570-4500
For national releases, 2003 wonked as much as it rocked.
Plagiarythm Nation (Evolution Controlled Creations/Seeland)
The Voodoo Organist pins down an a-gris-gris-able sound.
The music that time forgot is in a warehouse in Colorado Springs.
THE NEXT VOICE-OVER YOU HEAR MAY BE DICK TERRY.