A generation of writers, directors, actors and producers — all in their early to mid 30s, all based in Los Angeles — found each other and together found their voice by making horror films. While a parallel class of young filmmakers on the East Coast found critical acclaim directing micro-budget mumblecore dramas, L.A.’s indie crew is carving a riskier path to lasting success with micro-budget cerebral chillers that eschew cheap kills and studio interference. Call it mumblegore.
The big one for Halloween in Dallas is without doubt the Cedar Springs block party, and so we couldn't let this event pass without sending our go-to costume photographer Ed Steele out there. He delivered.
Our food critic Scott Reitz recently compiled a list of Dallas' finest taquerias to celebrate the wonderful Mexican influence in the city. We've put together some pictures so you can stare at tacos while you should be doing work.
Our featured story this week is how a hippy commune got invaded by Arlington SWAT. Now we can show you around Eden, the commune these fine men and women call home. Photographer Mark Graham was our guide.
Dallas house music venue Mantus hosted a Pink Party on Saturday night to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The whole club turned pink inside to raise awareness for breast cancer. Photographer Roderick Pullum was on hand.
Photographer Rachel Parker drew the short straw and had to stand within five feet of Ghost BC, Sweden's satanic rock and roll export. With band members that look like anonymous druids and a skull-faced Pope, they're a strange bunch. Deftones and Avenged Sevenfold brought some normality to the bill.
So, the State Fair of Texas shut its doors already. It'll be another full year until we can all clog our arteries with pure Texas. We sent photographer Zara Walsh along to capture the people and critters of the State Fair so they might live forever, or at least until their hearts give out from...
The Arts District transformed into glowing, bending art installation where buildings came alive, dancing erupted, and music wafted through the 68 acres of reclaimed art space. Photographer Danny Hurley captured some amazing scenes for us.
Pusha T, one half of veteran hip hop duo Clipse graced the crowd at Monroe with his presence and a live performance for his album release party. This was the scene, captured by photographer Roderick Pullum.