In America, going to the movies on Christmas day is a tradition right up there with hanging stockings, drunken family fights and tryptophan comas. After all, what else is there to do when the inevitable post-presents boredom sets in?
This year, the pickings are particularly alluring, with Les Miser ... More >>
Before anyone got tipsy, Chopin Vodka shoved a Sharpie into the hands of Oscar winners Sandra Bullock, Kathryn Bigelow and Jeff Bridges, as well as Forest Whitaker, James Cameron, Emily Blunt, Kirk Douglas, Quentin Tarantino, Carey Mulligan, Julianne Moore, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Colin Firth, asked ... More >>
The Academy Award nominations were announced this morning, and unlike last year's fantastic Mickey Rourke resurgence, there's no strong local hook in this year's horse race. But this here alt-weekly devotes an entire section to movies, and naturally our critics had something to say about eac ... More >>
WikicommonsIf you're excited about the prospect of Brad Pitt as a Nazi-killer, you should be excited about this: An Inglourious Basterds release party tonight at Fame Fridays inside downtown nightclub Parkwest.According to the invite, the dress code is "military chic," which I gues ... More >>
Switchblade BoogalooSo Alain Maximilien, a.k.a. the Haitian Hillbilly, is throwing down what he refers to as "an extended version of a soundtrack to a Quentin Tarantino movie" tonight, and hopefully every Monday forthcoming, at SoBe's Buck 15. As usual there is no cover at the cozy bar located ... More >>
As the Seventies ended and disco pushed into the mainstream, those who came of age during that period always seemed to be reminded that they had missed out on the great cultural revolution of the raging Sixties. As many recall, former Beatle John Lennon himself pretty much summed it up when he decla ... More >>