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 >>
You've probably seen the photo (above) pinging around the Internet recently of the panel of old men making some pretty important decisions about women's health in the ongoing fracas about contraception. Here are five men sitting at the power table, while the women watch, waiting for a decision that ... More >>
Dallas has always had a collective soft spot for cable-access weirdos. The Big D is, after all, the home base for the Church of the Subgenius, that irascible '80s collective of local weirdos based out of a ramshackle house in East Dallas, who put out books, videos, and 'zines (and who count among t ... More >>
Bobbie Wygant Interviews Sidney Lumet for "The Morning After" from Atombomb.tv on Vimeo.Shortly after news broke of director Sidney Lumet's death at the age of 86 on Saturday morning, our pal Erik Clapp, the Fort Worth-based keeper of The Bobbie Wygant Archive, sent word: He had in his possession an ... More >>
Patrick MichelsThe best photo of SXSW, in my book. And, yes, we at DC9 are clearly obsessed with Monotonix. We know. If all goes to plan (which never happens, but we'll see), we should have a few more belated dispatches from bands who played SXSW popping up in the next couple of hours and/or days. ( ... More >>
Patrick Michels Yelle turned her Emo's performance into an all-out dance party on Saturday night.Act: U-N-I, a backpacker hip-hop duo from Inglewood, California.Where: SpeakeasyWhat It Was Like: Stumbling into a nice surprise. There's a high energy feel and definite grittiness to U- ... More >>
Sir! No Sir! recounts the GIs who refused to ride the killing machine
What does VIP mean in Dallas bars?
Jim Carrey's brand of fun warms a reheated Dick and Jane
Fonda's humiliation is only one reason this Monster is such a dog
Ballet that's tutu funny
The intentions outweigh the execution in Ice Cube's Barbershop
How do white people learn what to think about race? It's best not to think about it.
California Suite isn't Neil Simon's best, but Richardson Theatre Centre could have done worse
Why are these Dallas high-tech hotshots chucking the action, gore and riches of the computer gaming world to hawk a genteel digital magazine?
Moore gives us less in this split-psyche romance from Alain Berliner
Heat of the Night and Hurricane director needs a balance
The elusive Beta Band turns cuckoo clocks and laser gunshots into definition-dodging sounds that -- somehow -- make perfect sense
On the Watts Prophets and the author's days in the Writers Workshop
Jonathan Richman helped invent punk and geek rock. Now, he comes pogo-sticking back into your life with There's Something About Mary
Sydney Pollack does -- and his reliable, sturdy movies earn him this year's Great Director Award
A mix of bitter biography and film history, From the Journals of Jean Seberg takes on Hollywood
21st Century Road Gang smothers On Golden Pond in sweetness
Fine performances elevate a commonplace tragedy to an ucommon level