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Devolver to Host Video Games Impacted by Immigration Ban
The sudden and convoluted rollout of President Trump’s executive order that severely restricted travel and immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries threw an unexpected wrench in travel plans for thousands of people who suddenly found themselves unable to enter the United States.

7:00AM Wed. Feb. 15, Tucker Whatley Read More | Comment »

DVDanger: Let's Get Weird
When the going gets weird, as Hunter S. Thompson surmised, the weird turn pro. Or, as in offbeat indie comedy Little Sister, they head for home.

12:40PM Tue. Feb. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

DVDanger: Let's Get Weird
 
Consider the Tails of Two Bunnies
Between us, my partner Jean and I have been house rabbit owners for nearly 20 years, and the questions we get about caring and keeping them generally fall into two categories. The first concerns practical care (“Yes, they use a litter box,” is a constant assurance). The second, however, is much more interesting: “How do you know they have a personality?”

10:00AM Mon. Feb. 13, Josh Kupecki Read More | Comment »

Sembene! and Black Girl: Viewing the "Father" of African Filmmaking
You have to admire any filmmaker whose movies have been banned in his home country. And when that person is Ousmane Sembène, who is widely regarded as “the father of African cinema,” the admiration of this Senegalese artist extends to an entire continent, as well as international film fans.

5:15PM Sat. Feb. 11, Marjorie Baumgarten Read More | Comment »

John Wick vs. John Wick
Tales of redemption are about a bad guy with a good guy inside. But when the good guy emerges, the bad guy still lurks. According to John Wick: Chapter 2 director Chad Stahelski, that's why there are always so many mirrors and reflections in the film. "There's always two guys looking at each other. There's John, and there's John Wick."

9:00AM Fri. Feb. 10, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Wide Open Games and Playing the Personal
If you were to picture a video game zine, you'd likely envision a small, photocopied and stapled publication filled with personal anecdotes and opinions on gaming culture. That is not the case with Sam Potasznik's Wide Open Games.

2:00PM Wed. Feb. 8, Will McCarthy Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Unleashes the Midnighters
Get ready to lose sleep and gain bragging rights at SXSW. Just as the rest of the Festival has been heavy on world premieres, so the Midnighters gang leaps out with a series of first screenings, including the eagerly awaited Mayhem, some Tokyo-style gore, and a local headtrip.

1:10PM Tue. Feb. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Adds Speakers, Films
From moon explorers to tech investors, musicians to Muppets, and from the joint chiefs of staff to the wrestling ring: SXSW just unleashed a monster wave of guests, speakers, and extra film titles for the upcoming Fest.

1:00PM Tue. Feb. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

DVDanger: Death Race 2050
Another year, another Death Race movie with Roger Corman's name attached. Don't worry, if you lost track, Death Race 2050 is nothing at all to do with Paul W.S. Anderson's 2008 Death Race, or its prequels, or even 1975's Paul Bartel-directed midnight classic Death Race 2000.

9:00AM Sat. Feb. 4, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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