There's lots of pleasure, but it doesn't quite finish you off.
The Alamo Drafthouse is hosting a Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz double feature tonight, in honor of the final film in the "Blood and Ice Cream" trilogy, The World's End. That film, due out in August, is about five friends who reunite for an epic pub crawl during an alien invasion that threatens lif ... More >>
In honor of the Texas hero's 80th Birthday celebration and legendary 4th of July Picnic, we're celebrating Willie Nelson Week here on DC9 at Night. Check back for interviews, retrospectives and more. Texas's greatest treasure, Willie Nelson, has been popping up in films since 1979, playing everythi ... More >>
And it brings many, many dick jokes with it.
What ever happened to the lovable underdog?
Like marriage, This Is 40 is long, aimless and worth it.
Gubbins over at Pegasus got all the sparkly details on a new a Alamo Drafthouse that the city of Richardson's Planning Commission just approved. This Austin-based import will be the first in the Dallas area and will reside in an old Pep Boys in the Richardson Heights Shopping Center. The Alamo Dra ... More >>
Rom-com is sweet, but not groundbreaking.
Sometimes imitation is not flattery.
When Wes Anderson and the Wilson brothers used to frequent the Cosmic Café (then called the Cosmic Cup), they could be found taking in the restaurants eclectic, Zen-inducing ambience, and maybe even conjuring up a plot or two. Former owner of the café Kumar Pallana can be seen in several of ... More >>
Bobbie Wygant's 2011 Coming Soon Film Reel from Atombomb.tv on Vimeo.Our pal Erik Clapp, keeper of the Bobbie Wygant Archive, just sent this most watchable teaser featuring little look-sees at classic interviews he's in the process of restoring before posting to the site. Good Lord, that's an estima ... More >>
Back in April we ran that Dirk Nowitzki film festival alluded to in the headline. Cute stuff, especially Dirk as The Dude. Tonight at the AAC, when Your Dallas Mavericks take on the Shaq-less Boston Celtics, debuts another addition to the filmography starring Dirk as Steve Martin as The Jerk. Sneak ... More >>
Back in May, Kourtny Garrett, senior vice president of marketing for DowntownDallas, told us that come autumn the organization would be hosting an "outdoor movie series" on the Main Street Garden lawn. Now, the official MSG site says the series is "coming soon," but Downtown Dallas just sent word ... More >>
Tony Rock plays the Improv
Michael Winslow visits Hyena's
The Goonies makes us want to go on an adventure
Bruce Bruce hits Addison
Claim your bunk at the Inwood
Actually, this Top Gun is a musical
Mike Judge amps up the 'toons
Scoundrels put the cork on the fork
Arlington takes a hit of Tommy Chong
Shtickmen shows the ups and downs of stand-up