When it comes to JFK, Dallas is stuck in the denial stage of grief.
Some of our notables showed great courage this year, others are simply notorious, but all 10 had a big impact in 2011.
â€‹Now that the calendar has official turned to September and the back-to-school fervor is over, we've come upon that special time once again when big-box retailers to start rolling out their Halloween merchandise. Since we here at DC9 love Halloween, we think it's never too early to begin planning ... More >>
Patton Oswalt is the Big Fan, scheduled to play the AFI Dallas International Film Fest this yearMoments ago, the AFI Dallas International Film Festival sent along its complete schedule for this year's fest, which runs March 26 through April 2 -- with, as we've noted before, most screenings taking pl ... More >>
He was an Olympic disappointment, but with his first pro fight on Friday, Yanez is out to prove he's the real deal.
A mall hosts Warhol
Pocket Sandwich Theatre stirs up a boo-ha-ha with It's a Scream!
With The Crucible, new insights into an old attempt at faith-based initiatives
Crashing the Ether (Eleven Thirty)
David LaChapelle's photographs will rub you the right way
After 20 years, the diva-pop duo has a stronger connection--and better costumes!--than ever
Who are the best bartenders in Dallas?
Connie and Carla models a classic but ends up being a drag
Jim Carrey has the power in Bruce Almighty
Andy Warhol is honored as the poppa of Pop Art
At 32, the USA Film Festival proves it can still play ball
Build a better fake boob, and women will beat a path to your door, along with the occasional lawsuit
Jealous God (Artemis) / A Camp (Stockholm/Polydor import)
Blood Brothers is political theater for the simpleminded
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
The Director’s Cut
Monkeybone, like a dream, is best when half-remembered
Jim Marrs believes that Kennedy was murdered as part of a vast conspiracy, that aliens vist us regularly, and that the Trialateral Commission controls our governement. So, what if he's right?
Curtis Hanson builds us a cheese sandwich out of Chabon's novel
Marilyn Manson saved himself from a life of decadence. Now he thinks he can save rock and roll.
Ann Magnuson exists between fame and the fringe
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
When the vinyl jukebox dies, so will a little piece of the music it played
John Jiler hates musicals--that's why he wrote one himself