He was on the last six songs of his LP. Six damn songs and he would finish a yearlong endeavor under his new moniker, Buffalo Black. But shit always picks the most inopportune time to hit the fan. First his beloved grandparents died. Then his father experienced financial hardships. As if couldn't ge ... More >>
Rob AllynLongtime observers of the local political landscape probably hear the name Rob Allyn and think of the Trinity River Corridor Project (Schutze insists it was Allyn who came up with those solar-powered water taxis), myriad mayoral campaigns, those Dubya ads attacking John McCain's environm ... More >>
I hadn't seen Alex Cox's Straight to Hell since forever, but Barak Epstein at the Texas Theatre was kind enough to provide a copy yesterday in advance of its re-appearance at the Oak Cliff movie house tomorrow night -- the first of four nights paying homage to the filmmaker. Well, technically, it ... More >>
Pretty busy musical Thursday evening we have here, highlighted by three shows at venues that all begin with the letter "L." What are the odds?
Your guide to summer's hottest films
Joe Carnahan's overly slick, heavily edited dark comedy works despite itself
Legend, yes. But Clint Eastwood's not done yet.
After a short dalliance with Jesus, Jason Reimer has completed his first big score.
Tommy Lee Jones keeps his promise to Melquiades Estrada
Monkey around in 2004
In Once Upon a Time in Mexico, the outlaw Johnny Depp saves the day
In these Holes lives a wry, thrilling kids film (for adults, too)
These are your choices, not ours, for the best musicians in town
Ennio Morricone has written great music for good, bad and ugly films
With Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Ang Lee reinvents the martial arts movie for the art-house crowd
Shanghai Noon goes way out West, but not far enough
David O. Russell gets to the heart of the matter, down to the last detail
Better off dead? The Minus Man thinks so.
A former Chili Pepper embraces his demon
Desperado is a shallow but thrilling ride
With 1,000 times the budget for his sequel, Robert Rodriguez comes out with guns a-blazin'
Sam Raimi's gonzo Western The Quick and the Dead is ludicrously entertaining