Halloween should be filled with good, albeit strange, music. Horror film soundtracks provide the most suitable gateway to such enjoyment. From grotesque to gorgeous, these represent our ten favorite offerings (in reverse order). Enjoy.
Damn it. I'd been meaning to mention this all day, and now the day done got away from me. But there's still time -- close to two hours till the Texas Theatre screens Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. It's easily my favorite film written by ... More >>
What can you say about a week where one commenter uses the word "yum," another lets "yucky" slip into a post and someone else writes "to die for"? Oh, and to top it off, djs added the phrase "I like beets" to a story.Weeks like this make us want to drink distilled beet juice.OK--so it wasn't suc ... More >>
The Inwood launches 2001: A Space Odyssey
Bodily fluids and the big board hit the big screen
James Mason thanks heaven for little girls
Party like it's 2001 at Dallas Comic Con & Sci-Fi Expo
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Willie brings his picnic north
Ministry isn't on a major label anymore, but Al Jourgensen still loves his job
Quad C stages an amazing, alarming Clockwork Orange
Minority Report is guilty of being a fun ride with a bumpy end
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Or, one man's passion for Clooney, killers, kooks and corn
Brian Fridge creates space to make images to create space with
Spielberg and Kubrick had a weird little kid, and its name is A.I.
Ordinary Grandeur takes you on an odyssey through the elusive world of contemporary photography
Chess, Turturro and Nabokov are reduced to pawns in this Rocky for the art-house crowd
Director Darren Aronofsky makes films that resemble himself: smart and abrasive
2001 sans robots and flying cars
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
Peter Greenaway's latest erotic treatise zestfully crosses boundaries cultural and intimate
Your humble narrator finds a right good horrorshow at the Milkbar
Deterrence takes on -- and bungles -- the biggest question of all
Polanski's Ninth Gate has a few chills but is devoid of thrills
Scoring one for the Tramp
Exclusive: A never-before-published interview with Stanley Kubrick
Watch Kubrick's silly, unsexy final film with Eyes Wide Shut
Dallas-raised Terry Southern wrote Easy Rider, hung with the Beatles, and influenced a generation. But he died penniless, and now his son must pay off Terry's debts--and restore his father's legacy.
Adrian Lyne's Lolita takes the high-minded low road
Warner Bros. celebrates its 75th birthday with a weeklong best-of fest
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