You may or may not remember a week ago when we told you about how the head of the largest musicians' union in North America ripped into Lionsgate for farming out the score for the upcoming film Hunger Games to Europe despite the film's Appalachian setting and decidedly American style of music. Well ... More >>
For most musicians who aren't playing in orchestras or as session musicians, a musicians' union is about as useful a roadie who can't lift anything over 20 pounds on doctor's orders. But, for the thousands of musicians who do work in the film, television and recording studio industry, they re ... More >>
I don't know much about The Hunger Games. It's nothing personal. Plenty of people enjoyed the series, but my stack of "need to read" books stands at about 50 titles already and generally swings between ponderous historical tomes and crime novels of the Dennis Lehane/George Pelecanos variety. ... More >>
Oliver Stone's W. opens Friday, but critics around the country have already attended screenings so they can have their reviews ready for that day. Except in Houston. Apparently, according to one local film critic, W.'s studio has decided not to have any critics' screenings in Houston.
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Break out the citronella candle: This creepy thriller gets under the skin
Our picks for the week of May 3
Our top DVD picks for the week of March 8
The Passion of the Cut-Rate, High-Grossing Saw Series Continues
Hard Candy turns the tables on an online pedophile
The scariest thing about High Tension is the awful dubbing
A Slipping Down Life takes a beating in the transition from book to film
Colin Farrell is stuck in a Phone Booth. Shoot, already.
Why the best teen movie of the year, based on a beloved novel, won't be in theaters
A decade ago, the American Psycho author was vilified. Now, he could launch a franchise.