courtesy of Tef PoeTef Poe's War Machine is a nineteen-track tour de force. The Force member's musical versatility has always been his calling card, and so it's not surprise that Machine embraces diversity and defies pigeonholing. Genre-wise, it touches on warm R&B, ominous hip-hop, celebrato ... More >>
Fernando de Sousa, Wikimedia Commons Show: First of a two-episode arc, "Sniper," from the fourth season of Homicide: Life on the Street.Food: Pills, booze.Difficulty: Painful. Do not try this at home. Owwww.So far I've detailed various methods of choosing sneakable foods, appropriate repackaging and ... More >>
No Country released on DVD
Snag part of Unreal's crapucopia of gifts for your office gift exchange!
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old.
Porky's: The Ultimate Collection
B-Sides peeks in on a rehearsal for Riders on the Storm and finds out that the (English) Beat goes on for vocalist Dave Wakeling.
You liked Shaun of the Dead? Then Hot Fuzz will bust a cap in your arse.
Sleeping Dogs Lie
9 p.m. Saturday, March 31. The Billiken Club at Saint Louis University (20 North Grand Boulevard).
Joe Carnahan's overly slick, heavily edited dark comedy works despite itself.
Visually stunning (as always), Zhang's latest is better seen and not heard
Global Foods Market
421 North Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood
Week of December 14, 2006
OK, slight exaggeration. But he's at least to blame for Apocalypto.
Unreal learns how to keep young, bright St. Louisans in town and alive. Plus: Blog o' the Week, advice for the apocalypse and a chat with Bill the Thrill.
Week of June 1, 2006
Steve Martin's Pink Panther piddles on its predecessor
Week of March 9, 2005
We've picked our favorites -- let the debates begin
This new docudrama is a real mind-bender
Godzilla after 50 years reveals more than just a rubber suit
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
Week of May 12, 2004
Frederick's Music Lounge is the hot spot for budding moviemakers and the people who love them
Kevin Smith is Silent Bob? Dude, my butt he is.
Week of February 25, 2004
Mel Gibson's Passion is more torture-test than devotional
Don't let the Lou become the sole property of Bloosiers; plus, we try to go on a wholesome date (to Mel's new movie, perhaps?), visit one of the few remaining typewriter stores, learn a thing or two about balls and make some super suggestions for Lambert
Week of December 31, 2003
Ideas that were forgotten but not gone in 2003
Revolutions runs a joyride through a nifty vision of Hell
Week of September 10, 2003
In Gerry, Matt Damon and Casey Affleck hit the desert, and the desert hits back
The underrated Son of William delights goths from here to England
Mel Gibson has a close encounter with God -- or just a mean E.T.
In the first battle of the Vietnam War, they were Soldiers and then some
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
What Women Want has far too little on the mind
Directed by Roland Emmerich
Directed by Peter Lord and Nick Park
Directed by Matt Williams
Actually, even four-door models are fair game as we fantasize about the future of cars