Alex Cox's nutty, brilliant, baffling, beguiling, weird, wild, wonderful Walker's at the Texas Theatre tonight, following a 35mm screening of The Good, The Bad and the Ugly; a good day for a double feature, no doubt. Cox, maker of Sid and Nancy and Repo Man, has actually been 'round town this weeken ... More >>
I hadn't seen Alex Cox's Straight to Hell since forever, but Barak Epstein at the Texas Theatre was kind enough to provide a copy yesterday in advance of its re-appearance at the Oak Cliff movie house tomorrow night -- the first of four nights paying homage to the filmmaker. Well, technically, it ... More >>
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