Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Here at Mixmaster we love two things: 1.) the Arts, and 2.) bargains. Next Wednesday you better buy a cowgirl hat and hold the hell on to it because those two things are colliding. It's gonna be big. Actually, it's going to be Giant. Dallas Theater Center's highly-anticipated stage adaptation of ... More >>
Find out just how much Irving Berlin loved his piano
Jeffrey Katzenberg's cure-all for an ailing movie economy, in all three dimensions
Vampires fight hunger at the Inwood
The Angelika Plano goes for a roll
Bowen tells the story of A Royal Pain
"All right. All right. All right."
Puppets fly at the Galleria
Take in a Midnight classic
Casa MaÃ±ana has a good thing goinâ on
Pour some Sugar on me: The Half Nelson follow-up is all great. PARK CITY, Utah -- Three-quarters of the way through Sundance 2008, the good news is that the festival lineup has turned out to be one of the strongest in the eight years I've been coming to Park City. The bad news -- for the makers of t ... More >>
Tweens get ready. Or maybe, parents should, because the Jonas Brothers are heading your way. Yay. Fun times. The adolescent rockers are coming to Nokia Theater February 28 and with the frenzy they tend to cause with tickets, Nokia decided to lay down some rules. So parents, take notes, mark your cal ... More >>
A scene from Brian De Palma's Redacted, which will not be seen in Dallas come Friday as originally planned In news sure to make Wick Allison's heart race, we just received word from the Landmark Theatres national publicist that Bill O'Reilly's Film o' the Year, Redacted, will not open in Dallas on F ... More >>
Jason Schwartzman as affable a movie star as you're likely to meet -- and you're likely to meet him tonight at the Angelika Film Center in Mockingbird Station, come to think of it. It's not often an actor comes into pitch a movie after it's in theaters, but in conjunction with the release of The Dar ... More >>
Mr. Weird has some evil for ya
Sing along with the slayer at the Inwood
The Inwood gets spacey
Brad Ball was in charge of selling The Iron Giant. Couldn't. Then the Iron Giant squished him and sent him to Dallas' Moroch ad agency. The best movie of the summer of 1999 was The Iron Giant, which about 328 people saw in theaters. It has rightfully accured a reputation as a beloved kids' film at t ... More >>
Tom Cruise, you're nuts and probably holding Katie Holmes hostage, but Dallas still buys what you're selling. Why, I have no idea, but I find this kind of staggering. By now, you all know that Mission: Impossible III had a "disappointing" opening weekend, raking in a mere (heh) $47.7 million at the ... More >>
The number of movie screens in Dallas has almost doubled overnight. But that's no cause for applause.