I got to see four out of the 8 FILMS TO DIE FOR, and three of them are worth your time if you're a fan of horror, especially the scrappy, low-budget kind. Crossed signals kept my capsule review from appearing in this week's paper (it should run in our next ish), so here's an expanded version: You ... More >>
Or, How I learned to stop worrying and love sleep deprivation, huge crowds and wonderful toys
Dear Satan, what the hell happened to Clive Barker? I interviewed him a few years ago for our late sister-paper New Times LA, and found him charming, lucid, smart, fan-friendly -- everything you'd hope he would be. Today, I don't know what to make of him. His croaky voice and odd manner initially ... More >>
LYT crashed (OK, was invited to) last night's Lionsgate party on the roof of San Diego's Ivy hotel. He got pictures of a host of celebs, including Jessica Alba, Vinnie Jones and SAW director Darren Lynn Bousman (below). Click the photo to see those and more.
Stone Cold is hot, but The Condemneds hypocrisy is not.
Steve Austin explains his journey to the big screen
X-Men: The Last Stand seemed like a good idea at the time. For the most part, it's at least entertaining and at times even manages to turn you on a little, get your juices flowing. But the end is the King Kong classic of cinematic blue balls. King Kong is a perfect example of a movie that gave fans ... More >>
The third X-Men is a charm for comic fans