Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Pastor Chuck Kitchens sees God's hand at work in the creation of My Son, the first feature film produced by Burleson's Retta Baptist Church. As he's told the religious press, it was the Lord who placed its director, a 31-year-old film editor named Jarod O'Flaherty, in the pews every Sunday. It was t ... More >>
From time to time, when police have a particularly busy weekend, we like to compile some of the more interesting happenings into a quick crime digest. We think of it as a public service. How else would readers know not to visit the Stults Elementary playground at 1 a.m., or that those DVDs peddled ... More >>
And it's happening where it belongs: online.
Two stories in the news just now offer encouragement on the bullying front. In today's New York Times is an account of a new policy adopted by a big suburban school district north of Minneapolis. Christian conservatives there had been fighting against an effort to protect gay students from beatings ... More >>
The Unborn raids the modern horror memory bank, from The Exorcist to Auschwitz
See Kevin Smith's classic at the Inwood
See a fa-fa-fine film at the Inwood
Michel Gondry attempts to celebrate DIY filmmaking but disappoints
Horror films failed to scare up the big bucks in 2007
Where old masters, drunk teenagers and Asia Argento make the fest's first week a blast
Upon further review, Bottle Rocket's easily the best movie ever shot in Dallas -- and Bob Musgrave, at left, is the best thing about it. If you shoot a movie in Texas that makes Texas look bad, well, bubba, don't expect the state to pony up any dough for yer pitcher. That's the long and short of thi ... More >>
That's Jack Valenti at the far left, peeking over some flowers, aboard Air Force One in Dallas on November 22, 1963. On Friday, former Motion Picture Association of America bossman and Texas native Jack Valenti was scheduled to speak at the Nasher Sculpture Center, as part of the AFI Dallas Internat ... More >>
Raucous doc catches moral watchdogs with their pants down
In an exclusive investigative report, we discover another all-star facet to the main Mav
Hollywood Claims the Sky is Falling. To Which We Say Puh-lease.
The Truth is, Egoyan's latest is B-movie noir, with killer performances
Sportswriter Frank Luksa says goodbye to the DMN
Bernardo Bertolucci revisits young love with The Dreamers
Pssst, wanna see a movie that isn't out yet...legally?
Middle-aged Diane Keaton wins Jack Nicholson away from the young 'uns in Something's Gotta Give
Kill Bill's missing something--like, oh, a proper ending
Dallas' Latino film festival keeps raising the bar
Identity-theft victim gets the cold shoulder
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles
The malaise of one suburban teen is made vivid in the disturbing first feature film L.I.E.
Director Darren Aronofsky makes films that resemble himself: smart and abrasive
Aronofsky's follow-up to pi is a brutal personal movie about the horrors of drug addiction
Douglas' post-stroke performance adds some life to the formulaic Diamonds
South Park parents battle the hideous threat of potty-mouth
As the Hong Kong movie industry collapses, scads of Chinese filmmakers and actors are landing big jobs in Hollywood
John Bloom has taken his alter ego, Joe Bob Briggs, and gone Hollywood. But watching America's favorite drive-in movie critic on television these days, a new character is emerging: John Bloom himself
Albert Brooks talks about his Mother and a character called Albert Brooks
Kids director Larry Clark discusses the volatile combination of movies and teen sex
Kids and Love and Human Remains rattle us with apocalyptic sensuality
Dallas congressman Bryant moves to bar 'defacement' of movies
The 1994 Dallas Video Festival mixes equal parts ineptitude and brilliance
Sexploitation pioneer Russ Meyer revels in the permissiveness he helped create