What's next? Holographic newspapers?
If you're the type of person who streams movies over the net without a care for viruses, then you have a chance to see The Houston Story by going here.This 1956 epic stars Gene Barry and Barbara Hale, the secretary from the Perry Mason series, and it was directed by schlockmeister William Castle ... More >>
The late John Cassavetes is a criminally underrated filmmaker who made "indie movies" in the days before indie movies.He died 20 years ago; a Houston writer has now unearthed a long, rare and interesting interview he did with the director shortly before he died.At the time Joe Leydon, who now review ... More >>
Joe Leydon is a long-time Houston film critic who writes for Variety. Being a film critic may sound like a glamorous job, but it seems it can also involve having to go watch things like Disaster Movie, one of those disposabe, laugh-free spoofs that come out every six months. But a check's a check, ... More >>
A new doc celebrates the glory days of movie time
Get your motor running at the Lone Star Biker Rally
WorldFest is back with the best films you've never heard of
Gay and lesbian films seek a mainstream audience on their own terms
The industry's initial reaction to Welles's masterwork should serve as a lesson to WorldFest filmmakers
Minority moviemakers get some screen time at the multicultural answer to WorldFest
So you know Houston's goats, heroes and high points? Think again.
Shooting Gallery series wants to bring art films to the masses
Houston mines international gold with the Pan-Cultural Film Festival
Smaller, and with shorts, WorldFest/Houston cranks up its projectors