This event already got a shout out in the Artgasm post earlier this morning with a run down of all the exhibitions opening this week in St. Louis, but it deserves its own entry.The show features the work of Peat Wollaeger, Kevin McCoy and Stan Chisholm. Wollaeger's trademark eye stencils are plaster ... More >>
Didn't get around to seeing all ten films nominated this year for Best Picture? No worries. Fake-it-til-you-make-it with these review snippets of the nominees, by our very own Basterds: the film critics of Village Voice Media.J. Hoberman writes of Avatar that it "is a technological wonder, fifteen y ... 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 >>
But Sugar is sweet and Traces of the Trade leaves its mark.
A year-end wrap-up of what we adored, what was ignored and what the new year will bring.
Chancer: Series 1
Week of April 5, 2007
Lucky Number Slevin plays Tarantino's game, without Tarantino's results
(City Diner, South Grand Boulevard)
Domino chronicles the life of a model turned bounty hunter
You have no idea what you're in for with Oldboy...but you'll learn.
The Delmar Restaurant & Lounge
Childhood games turn into obsession in Love Me if You Dare
Week of April 14, 2004
The Bride's back for blood, this time without the mess
Angelina Jolie stars in Taking Lives, but the filmmakers are the real boobs
You saw Paycheck last year...remember?
Kill Bill is missing something -- like, oh, a proper ending
The big-screen gals of cinema 2003 will keep you watching
Week of October 9, 2002
Week of February 20, 2002
The HotHouse Theatre Company produces a gorefest set in the West and pokes at the American character
The Man Who Cried doesn't engender much sympathy
Wednesday, Nov. 3; Side Door