| Jul 19, 2012
| 4:52 PM
The nominees for top miniseries or movie are FX's "American Horror Story," HBO's "Game Change," History's "Hatfields & McCoys," HBO's "Hemingway & Gellhorn," BBC America's "Luther" and PBS' "Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia." "Game Change," a look at...
| Jul 19, 2012
| 4:36 PM
AMC's Mad Men (pictured) and FX's American Horror Story both earned 17 nods apiece as the nominations for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced today. Television Academy Chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum presided over the nominations, along with...
| Jul 19, 2012
| 4:32 PM
Daniel Clowes draws lonely weirdos, sulking man-beasts, leering hipsters and human canisters for a savage ennui. They live in numbed-out neighborhoods beneath ......
| Sep 24, 2012
| 4:32 AM
Jon Hamm is a loser. It's not often you can write a story with that line in it, but when you're talking about the Emmys, it's a fact. Despite being the driving force behind one of the most acclaimed series in TV history, Don Draper has yet to take him...
| Mar 29, 2012
| 12:57 PM
Brought to the United States by executive producer Lisa Kudrow, who saw the original British version while filming a movie overseas, the NBC series takes various celebrities on frequently surprising trips through their own family histories.
| Apr 10, 2012
| 4:16 PM
A writer and filmmaker who taught at the Pratt Institute was found in her Manhattan apartment Tuesday morning with signs of severe head trauma, according to police.
Karyn Kay, 63, called police to her 55th St. and 8th Ave. apartment earlier in the...
| Apr 12, 2012
| 12:44 PM
After his acclaimed work for director Oren Moverman in "The Messenger," Woody Harrelson collaborated with him again on this impactful character study of a 1990s Los Angeles cop who makes his own rules, both on and off the job.
At home, he still resides...
| Oct 5, 2012
| 6:11 AM
Meg Chambers Steedle was a little intimidated by her first starring TV role, but not because it required her to sing and dance.
The 2008 graduate of Northwestern University's School of Communications stars opposite Steve Buscemi in the Prohibition-era...
| Oct 11, 2012
| 8:12 PM
Tim Burton's wonderfully strange imagination is on fire in "Frankenweenie." A lonely boy loves his dog, loses his dog, and re-animates his dog.
It's a charming reworking of the old Frankenstein movies, but here the only monsters are loutish neighbors and...
| May 9, 2012
| 11:03 PM
Two of my favorite movies of the year are playing right now at the Hillcrest Landmark. One of those is Sound of my Voice. The other is this crime drama that reminds me of a Coen Brothers film like Blood Simple or No Country for Old Men – except that...
| Sep 14, 2012
| 2:56 PM
Two time capsules in one, "The Connection" premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 1961 and received a scant, notorious U.S. release in 1962, its rough language (for the time) causing all sorts of censorship troubles.
Bring-down, man! Total bring-down....
| Jun 21, 2012
Rhapsodically pathetic, the Hummer-driving schlub at the center of the new Todd Solondz film "Dark Horse" has hit his mid-30s without realizing just how many unfortunate personality traits fight every second for dominance of his everyday life. He's...