You might recognize a few local spots. The film, which opens in March, is getting some great advance buzz: If age is just a state of mind, then “While We’re Young” is the best kind of therapy a fortysomething starting to lose touch with the younger generation could hope for: Witty, articulate and reminiscent of […]
Just like last week’s offerings, and like next weekend’s are sure to be, it’s all blood, guts, and horror this weekend at the movies. To prep you for Halloween, screenings include visceral violence, found footage, and classic creepshows.
After a break for New York Comic Con last week, midnight movie coverage is back and it’s filled to the brim with chainsaws, stabbings, and a whole lot of fake blood. This weekend features some of the most important and influential horror films of all time, so break out those night lights folks.
The fall horror-binge has begun, and as usual Nitehawk has you covered with some great options. This weekend’s midnight movie is You’re Next, beginning their wonderful “Final Girl” film series. You’re Next falls pretty squarely in the “fun horror” category, along with Scream and Cabin in the Woods, playing to horror tropes without sacrificing any […]
Alright boys and girls, it’s midnight movie time and things are about to get weird. As usual, this weekend brings you everything including cult comedies, bizarrely violent films, and the most ‘90s movie ever made. Let’s start with the pleasant though, shall we?
Fraud, it seems, without any monetary benefit to the forger, is not a crime. And this is known best by Mark Landis, who has duped some of the most prestigious art museums in the country with his copycat pieces for more than 30 years. The new documentary “Art and Craft” opening this Friday, peers into the […]
You talkin’ to me? Well I’m the only one here… so yeah then I guess you must be. Well it’s supposed to rain this weekend, so it’s a good time to get the movies! But hey, it can’t rain all the time, so be quick like a bunny and get through the maze by midnight […]
Local filmmakers Émilie Richard-Froozan and Rémy Bennett are currently premiering Buttercup Bill at the Marfa Film Festival and my bet is it will be the talk of Texas. This is not a chill-for-90-minutes-with-some-extra-butter-popcorn kind of movie. This film is an utter mind trip the whole way through and lingers in your thoughts for days. I […]
Forget Godzilla. Japan’s popular visual artist, Takashi Murakami, has taken a break from his usual gig to make what looks like a much more interesting film. It’s called “Jellyfish Eyes,” and though its intended audience is children, it still looks pretty impressive. “Jellyfish Eyes” is engrossing on many levels, one of which is an ambience […]
The Times has a piece on Jarmusch today. We’re looking forward to Only Lovers Left Alive which is out April 11. Film Society of Lincoln Center is currently doing a retrospective of his work. [Jarmusch] hasn’t seen “Twilight” or “True Blood” or read Anne Rice, but can recount the origin of one of the first […]