Crappy martinis at the well-meaning National Kidney Foundation benefit ... Confirming deathgirl.com's superiority over Bif Naked ... Schmoozing with Hollywood types from Billy Crystal's Detroit-based film about Roger Maris ... & more.
The startlingly original works of Le Car finally collected on one CD ... & Focus:Electronic, a new radio series zeroing in on the history and influences of the genre, hosted by Liz Copeland and Clark Warner.
Bangkok Sala Cafe is quite an attractive place, and does a good job with its entrées--gingery pad king is a great choice. However, it does less well on the side dishes, except for desserts like the creamy, dreamy housemade coconut ice cream.
In Nonny de la Peña's documentary, Stephen Matthews (of Monroe, Michigan) and his father are accused of sexually molesting Stephen's son — an all too familiar and distressing story — on the basis of no evidence but much hatred and fear and the test
With its barren setting in a remote village in the Chinese countryside, stiff performances from the adults and cutesy ones from the kids, the first part of Zhang Yimou's film seems interminable — an awkward slice of Chinese neo-realism from the director o
Dex is a shlub, a most unlikely lothario, but he has a secret weapon (the "tao of Steve," so named for kings of cool like Steve McQueen) which can turn him into the seducer of the entire female population of New Mexico — a clever idea that never
Indian-born director Tarsem Singh’s grisly and shocking images tap directly into our collective dreamscape. It’s cinema as a kind of vicarious acid trip, where we can commune with the unconscious from a safe distance — with Vincent D’Onofrio, Jennifer Lop