Here are a few of our favorite Kurts.
Academy Award winning actor Ernest Borgnine passed away this weekend at the ripe old age of 95. He starred in hundreds of films in a career that stretched to seven decades, but to me he'll always be Cabbie, the musical-theatre loving lug of a cab driver in John Carpenter's Escape from New York. And ... More >>
Snake Plissken: You know this guy's statue would be a major tourist draw.So, the other day we here at Daily RFT discovered that Detroit is getting a statue of RoboCop, based on the 1987 film about a half-cyborg, half-human police officer fighting for justice in a futuristic version of the Motor C ... More >>
With Halloween right around the corner, we've had horror movies on the brain. And then we started coming across some awesome Halloween-themed cupcakes. What could be better, we thought, than a double-barreled approach: the best Halloween cupcakes paired with the best movies to watch while eating the ... More >>
The blood in horror movies today is deep red, glistening and incomplete without at least a glimpse of dangling intestines. One need look no further than flesh-and-blood St. Louisian James Gunn, director of 2006's Slither, a down-home B-horror-movie, with its severed tongue in cheek. The blood ru ... More >>
Week of June 14, 2006
District B13 puts American action movies to shame
Emma Thompson's Nanny McPhee becomes a thing of beauty
Jeff Bridges is from outer space!
This Assault attacks the original and does no damage
This year, blood-soaked extreme metal took its rightful place in the world of heavy music.
Week of October 1, 2003
The neglected Fontbonne Film Series
They're making a Hollywood movie in our little town. Or hadn't you noticed?
Scotty Crane is tired of getting the shaft from Paul Schrader
The St. Louis Film Office loses its funding and closes its doors
Blair Witch 2 effectively blurs reality but isn't all that scary
When a frisky retriever paid an unexpected visit to the neighbors, he wasn't welcomed -- he was shot. And such killings are anything but uncommon.