Film is chilling, but also wickedly funny and strange.
Sandra Bullock proves she has the right stuff.
Look, I'm a very busy man, and by that I mean that someone put the ENTIRE run of Seventh Doctor stories online for free, and I can't be bothered talking to you people about music all the dingalong day when that's waiting for my rapt attention. Unfortunately, the editor was all like, "Write or you d ... More >>
DePalma replays all his greatest hits, and that's not a bad thing.
The long, hard truth
Movie by movie, here's how to get the most out of this summer without having to cake on sunscreen.
retelling the stories of better movies.
In theaters, on demand or wherever.
It boasts impressive horror, but its ideas? Not so much.
We want to move to Oregon, because apparently when you're weird in Oregon they give you money and tell you to go make a music video. Somewhere between the laziest music videos of all time and the Beastie Boys' "Sabotage" comes "Strangers are Strange" by Unknown Mortal Orchestra. The video, shot in ... More >>
Rappers love to imagine their lives as movies. They see bits of their lives on the big screen and turn to those cinematic treasures to help them make sense of their immediate environment: "If Tony Montana can rise to meteoric heights, so can I; if Frank Lucas can make it out of the game alive ... More >>
They wouldn't dare...We've done this on Pop Rocks a few times already, not that it's made any difference. All those upcoming crimes against cinema -- from The Birds to Fright Night to Escape From New York -- are all due to be released in the next few years (Fright Night this summer). And ther ... More >>
The 43rd Annual WorldFest -- Houston International Film & Video Festival (damn, that's a long name) can claim to have been the launching pad for several major directors; Steven Spielberg, George Lucas (in the same year), Ang Lee, Ridley Scott, Robert Rodriguez, the Coen Brothers, Brian de Pal ... More >>
The Average Giuseppes of organized crime
Arguments for reconsidering the missteps on the Boss's otherwise impeccable track record
Michael Haneke and his brutal home invaders return to implicate you, again
Bringing zombie horror to the heartland
Status Update: Vlogged to Death
A gay escort finds himself at the center of a classic D.C. scandal.
It's not torture, but this latest Mideast thriller's as conventional as they come. We're (water) bored. (Sorry.)
Peter Berg sends Jamie Foxx to fight the enemy over there in The Kingdom
Ethically questionable documentary spends a year on the Golden Gate
Children of Men and the value of an unedited shot
True-crime noir goes searching for Hollywood's heart of darkness
The year's most shameless B-movie delivers exactly what it promises
Mission: Impossible III runs the franchise into the ground
Wayne Kramer's latest casts a Paul over the proceedings
Save your cash and stick around for H-town's own showcase
Our picks of the week
Beyond cheap turn-ons, there's nothing to recommend Brian De Palma's latest
Albert and Allen Hughes deliver a sensuous but grisly message From Hell.
Ennio Morricone has written great music for good, bad and ugly films
With a head full of Notorious thoughts, director John Woo leads the charge in the visceral M:I-2
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Make way for Master P's low-end version of Hollywood
De Palma and Cage craft a creepy thriller
Everything old is New Wave again in Godard's Contempt
Sure, you can upgrade a TV series to the big screen -- but why bother?
Gonzo Western The Quick and the Dead is ludicrously entertaining
River Oaks native Alex Georges crosses his fingers and hopes for a chance at the movies