I walked into The Depot’s stage room hearing the same synth key pulsing. It was great to build anticipation, but what I saw was being talked about in the audience more than the music.
It’s not too often that a film deals with the subject of domestic violence with the male being the victim, but Unlaced does a nice job showing how destructive it can be, no matter which partner is being abused.
“Some girls were meant to be princesses, and some girls were meant to knock princesses on their ass, and skate away laughing.”
Although you may try to avoid the thought of elderly people being in love and having sex, this documentary shows that even as we get old and wrinkly, our desire to be with someone never goes away.
Director Katherine Brooks, who has directed MTV reality shows like The Osbournes and The Real World, shows just how alone people can really be, despite being connected to thousands of online “friends.”
Along with a clever script and Kaczmarek’s great performance, this film boasts a solid cast of actors from start to finish, which truly makes this film damn good and sure to leave an impact.
There have been numerous Shakespeare adaptations over the years, but none quite like this. With a unique take on Romeo and Juliet blended with some crazy Native American folklore, director Norry Niven delivers a wild and heartfelt story.
I’ve made it my ongoing quest to expose my children to as many arts and cultural related events as humanly possible without breaking the budget. That, along with the fact that the mere words Samba Fogo gets my hips undulating and booty popping meant that I couldn’t miss “Espirito De Fofo” (Spirit of Fire) at the Rose Wagner Performing Art Center.
For a crudely-constructed independent vampire comedy, Vamp U is funnier and more entertaining than it has any right to be.
After hearing all about how Excision’s new tour would be pumping 100,000 watts of sound into the indoor venue that is The Great Saltair, I have to admit I was a little scared. The level of volume is comparable to a commercial jet taking off, a lesser amount of sound was rumored to have caused a toilet to crumble off of the wall during his last Saltair show in October. In other words, Excision’s latest tour is one for thrill seekers.