To see the fights, Universal Soldier 4 demands you suffer.
John Hyams is dedicated to the abstract and the ass-kicking.
A lament for lost carnage - and coherence.
Some Biblical-type shit has struck Galveston, killing hundreds of thousands of fish and littering the beaches with their carcasses. The first dead washed ashore on Friday, and it wasn't until Monday afternoon that scientists gave this hidden killer a name: The red tide. It's composed of microscopic ... More >>
It was just announced that Houston's favorite nerd, Jim Parsons, will return to Broadway this coming spring. Parsons, who made his big stage debut this past year in Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart, will now take on the lead role in the Pulitzer Prize winning play Harvey. Harvey is about a seemingl ... More >>
Sly and the family Stallone get nostalgic for their legacy of brutality in The Expendables.
Enjoy the great indoors!
Finally -- after what seems a wait of approximately five years -- college football is back.The New York Times, of all people, has picked the UT Longhorns as the Number One team in the nation. A lot of other experts, not to mention Red Bull-swilling, Cheeto-chomping, Mom-avoiding bloggers, pick UT ... More >>
As far as cinematic catastrophes go, Houston gets off pretty light. Other metropolises have a certain quality that invites destruction -- New York is full of New Yorkers, for example, and Tokyo sits on an archipelago teeming with monsters -- but we in the Paved Swamp seem to escape such attention. A ... More >>
Another sequel, another chance for Rocky to persevere for America
The latest comic-book movie might just kill you
Going against the Village's collegiate atmosphere, the Gatsby exudes a porcelain sophistication
Or: How do you bring a comic book to life without killing a superhero?