saturday morning country cover: “Pamela Brown”

August 24, 2013

Levi Agee’s Screengems: a talk with Eric White

August 23, 2013

By Levi Agee I’m deep into 48 Hour Film Festival chaos this week, but I was able to interview participant Eric White, who worked on Johnnie Brannon’s film La Grande Fete in this year’s competition. White also recently competed in …

Onfilm online: A word about grades

August 23, 2013

We ran out of room again in today’s MovieStyle. So my column (and Levi’s column) ended up here. About those movie grades … As I’ve said before, I use them reluctantly. I wish you wouldn’t pay too much attention to …

Sheryl Crow, “We Oughta Be Drinkin’”

August 21, 2013

Dale Smith on bourbon, golf and cheating …

August 21, 2013

Our second favorite spirits columnist (and sometime contributor to these pages) Dale Smith has another piece up on the Bourbon & Boots site. You can read it here. He’s writing about, among other things, Rock Town’s Arkansas Young Bourbon.

The World’s End wraps up Edgar Wright’s The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy

August 20, 2013

I haven’t seen it, but I’ve just been told by our critic Dan Lybarger that The World’s End is “sublime.” So here are a couple of rabbit roles for you to drop down. The interactive screenplays to Hot Fuzz (2007), …

A very important movie

August 19, 2013

The Onion Reviews ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’

It’s Monday. Play this: The Lumineers cover Talking Heads

August 19, 2013

Iris Dement on “The Night I Learned How Not to Pray”

August 19, 2013

Just a little excerpt from my interview with Iris Dement that informed Sunday’s piece.

Will The Butler open door for films on civil rights era?

August 18, 2013

By Anne Hornaday for The Washington Post Over the past several decades, important feature films have been made about most of the historical and cultural touchstones of post-World War II America, from the Vietnam War and John F. Kennedy’s assassination …