This morning, there's Big News out of England: CBS Drama -- "the home of drama classics from the US," it proudly proclaims, meaning ... Medium and Touched by an Angel -- will, come fall, begin running all 357 episodes of Dallas in the order in which they originally aired. Says the head channel-ch ... More >>
Keep 'em coming, Fernando.Like Abba sang, "I was so afraid, Fernando," I feared that the unlimited refills on the complimentary mimosas Fernando's Mexican Cuisine's advertised with its brunch would actually have an unstated limit. But unlike other brunch spots in Dallas that promote bottomles ... More >>
C'mon, now. That's just awesome.
Neko Rahmen Taisho, an AFFD must-seeAlas, Pussy Soup is the rather unfortunate translation for the delightful-looking manga-to-movie Neko Rahmen Taisho, one of the films in this year's Asian Film Festival of Dallas, which kicks off July 17 at the Magnolia Theater. The fest is in its eighth year now, ... More >>
Any excuse, really.O! M! F! G! Guys! Because three times isn't enough, really, the local musicians in The Bright got served another helping of being placed into an episode of The Hills last week, or so says a press release we here at DC9 received late yesterday evening. Turns out, the band's song "A ... More >>
View image Danny Fine, left, and Bob Musgrave in an outtake from Bottle Rocket Spent the better part of last night watching every single second and scrap on the Criterion Collection Wes Anderson-approved Bottle Rocket two-fer, available today (ya think?), and there are copious revelations containe ... More >>
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