Monthly Archives: January 2013

Preacher Perry Comforts His Gun-Toting Flock

How moronic is Rick Perry’s response to President Obama’s new gun control proposals? His statement reaches Everest-scale heights of dumbassed-osity that even I didn’t...
Mama opens Friday.

Film Shorts

OPENING: Mama (PG-13) Jessica Chastain stars in this horror flick as a woman whose husband (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) takes in his two feral nieces (Megan Charpentier...
Once Upon a Time in Anatolia is showing at TCU at the KinoMonda.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 16 A scant two weeks after we named Once Upon a Time in Anatolia as one of 2012’s best movies, it’s showing at...
Once again Fort Worth booking and management agency Blackbox Presents will join Dallas' Bergen Management and put on a nonsanctioned showcase during South-by. Expect a lot of Texas bands. And another great turnout.

Austin Callin’

Part of the fun of South by Southwest, the music festival and conference that takes place in Austin every year, is tucking your badge...

Migraines and Mailbox Money

Mandy Mobley was in the best shape of her life a few years ago. She was working out three times a week at a...

A Ban on Hypocrisy

Not long after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., I got into a little argument with a good friend about gun control. I lean liberal,...

Days of Gore

My first experience at a Movie Tavern was in 2002, in Ridgmar, when I saw the original Resident Evil movie. As I recall, the...
Bradly Brown’s “Attention Retention”

Gallery

Transmission is an exhibit of work by TCU’s MFA students at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts that enjoys its opening reception this Friday at 6...
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Sometimes, a Roll Is Just a Roll

The phrase “food porn” is too often abused these days by anyone who has ever seen an episode of Top Chef. I can’t tell...
Dana Schultes and Michael Corolla star in Stage West’s new production, about a young man who washes up on shore in a Nazi-occupied island in 1943.

Gabriel Ascends

Theatergoers tired of plays with overly introspective characters and navel-gazing actor monologues, take heart: Stage West’s production of Moira Buffini’s WWII drama Gabriel, which...