Alejandro Jodorowsky's art-house masterpiece, The Holy Mountain, is about many things. Capitalism, religion, greed, immorality and materialism are all critiqued by the filmmaker throughout the duration of the 1973 film. One of the foremost and prevailing themes is the quest to self-discovery in a cr ... More >>
Dallas singer-songwriter Annie Clark has crafted a magnificent mythology on her own terms.
This week's DC9er presents readers and listeners with not one, but two very different mixes from seasoned area musician, dubstep producer and DJ, Mwanza Dover. And not by accident, either. Dover voraciously admits that there was no way he could "really make one mix that would make sense for what ... More >>
Here's great news for anyone who wants to trip their balls off Thursday night, or who can appreciate what the Angelika web site calls "a mind-blowing, almost indescribable mix of fantasy, religious symbolism, horror and humor" without chemicals: The Dallas Angelika Theater will screen a remastered 3 ... More >>
Charles Martin Smith in a scene from the fourth-greatest movie ever made locally, Ron Howard's Cotton Candy. A few movie notes on this new-film Friday. First, try to retain this bit of information in your short-term memory: Tonight and tomorrow, the Inwood Theatre will screen for the first (and last ... More >>
The best DVDs of '07 made old movies feel new again
There's nothing (and everything) Forbidden about free movies and free drinks