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Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Rocky Horror Show’

Rocky Horror Show

The audience-participation stalwart gets an imaginative revisualization in its annual staging at the Woodlawn Theatre. Read More »

TV Review: Steven Soderbergh’s Behind the Candelabra


Michael Douglas and Matt Damon give superb performances as Liberace and his young protege in Steven Soderbergh's surprisingly affecting biopic. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Pet Sematary (1989)

I regret seeing many horror movies when they first came out. This isn't one of them. Read More »

DVD Review: Misfits – Season One

Meet the world's most unlikely superheroes. Lord love a duck. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Chico’s Angels: Chicas in Chains

A very funny camp takeoff of Charlie's Angels is now playing at the Cavern Club in Silverlake. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Barbarella

Not a good movie by any means, Barbarella shows occasional flashes of campy inspiration. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Chris Tanner’s ‘The Etiquette of Death’ at La Mama

Chris Tanner as Joan Girdler (standing) and Everett Quinton as Death (sitting) in the World Premiere of The Etiquette of Death. Photo by Ves Pitts.

A campy musical about death – what could go wrong? Alas, quite a bit. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Bitchslap!

The legendary feud between two of the biggest stars of Hollywood's Golden Age is hilariously recreated by an on-point cast. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Songs for a New World at the MET

DOMA's competent ensemble does better by Jason Robert Brown's clichéd musical revue than it deserves. Read More »

DVD Review: Corman’s World – Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel

A touching look at the most revered revolutionary of exploitation filmmaking. Read More »