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DVDanger: Ryan Reynolds, the Most Interesting Man in the World
If Ryan Reynolds were the actor everyone thinks he is, he would take easy scripts, flash that million dollar Canadian smile, then head home to sleep on a pile of cash. He could be the Chevy Chase no one wants to throttle. Instead, he's a less spiky Bill Murray.

6:00PM Sat. May. 2, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Taking a Hard Look at the America's Next Cat Star Contestants
There are more kitty photos purr capita than ever before, thanks to smartphones and all of our fabulous photo-sharing apps (scienticians* posit that 78% of content on Instagram is cat-related). But if you thought there wasn't room on the Internet for another famous kitty, think again, because Animal Planet has found America's Next Cat Star.

11:45AM Fri. May. 1, Katherine McNevins Read More | Comment »

One in a Crowd: Among the Dead
Zombies: Fast or slow, intelligent or dumb, the one aspect they all share is that they won't stay dead. And some times, a zombie film just won't stay dead either.

11:01AM Fri. May. 1, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

One in a Crowd: Among the Dead
 
Film Flam: Linklater, Krisha, and Slackerwood
It's good times and backslapping for some Austin filmmakers this week, but we've got to start with some great news to grapple with, and a sad departure from the local film scene.

4:36PM Wed. Apr. 29, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Roar: The Blood Stays in the Picture
John Marshall carries a stack of family photos: his dad, his brother, his dad's second wife, her daughter, the family's animals. That time one of those animals tried to eat them. The other dozen or so times that happened. After all, they were living and working in a house filled with lions.

9:00AM Wed. Apr. 29, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

ATX Television Festival Expands With Empire
Fox’s breakout drama Empire conquered the battle for audience eyeballs and utterly dominated the online pop culture conversation for the duration of its winter run. No surprise then that the ATX Television Festival would want a piece of the pie. Or should we say Cookie?

2:00PM Tue. Apr. 28, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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ATX Television Festival Expands With Empire
 
Nick Broomfield Tells Tales of the Grim Sleeper
Five years after he was arrested, Lonnie David Franklin sits in a California jail cell. If convicted, he may go down in history as America's most butcherous serial killer. But what interests filmmaker Nick Broomfield is the community that created the killer, and the racial politics that allowed him to go undetected for 25 years.

9:00AM Sun. Apr. 26, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

DVDanger: Supremacy
The roots of hate are twisted and deep, and they are never easily separated, pruned, or transplanted. That's the terrifying message of Supremacy.

9:00AM Sat. Apr. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

One in a Crowd: Life Without Color
There are many disabilities in this world: some obvious, some more hidden, some more and some less debilitating. Some are written off by those that don't suffer from them as nothing more than a minor inconvenience. New Austin-based documentary Life Without Color takes a fresh look at one of those underestimated disabilities, color blindness.

11:42AM Fri. Apr. 24, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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