'Westworld' recap: Ghosts and hosts
This week on "Westworld": The mysterious Arnold is being resurrected; Ford's character is fleshed out; and Man in Black and Teddy continue to cause mayhem.
Final Four: Maryland Film/TV bracket
Sixty have bowed out. Four remain. The quest to determine the best of Maryland Film/TV has been tireless and, at times, baffling, but hey, we're a media organization and it's March Madness -- someone had to do it.
Maryland Film/TV Showdown: The Clarice Starling Region
It's March Madness time, and that means an excuse for our favorite Baltimore movies and TV shows to duke it out.
Aronofsky, trying to please both the religious and the agnostic succeeds in jeering at both.
'RED 2' better than first
Sam's Choices: 'Red 2' cast's best films
Independent film about The Doors to be shot in Westminster
Doug Gardenhour has always had a passion for film, but it was a scene from the movie "Almost Famous" that he says prompted him to pursue his dream of producing a movie.
The first take on Thomas Harris' novel dwells on emotional drama
Hitchcock's script grazes the surface
Over-the-top serial killers Hannibal the Cannibal and Buffalo Bill may chew up the screen, but Starling's at the center of the story.
History Matters: "Anne of Green Gables" like event takes over Sykesville 100 years ago
History Matters, news from Howard County archives
Thor movie reviews -- tasty or turkey?
Why no love for Woody Allen's 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger?'
Ladrón Que Roba A Ladrón, The Mechanic, The Rite, Out In The Silence
Walter Hill on 'Manhunter' vs. 'Silence of the Lambs'
Julie Taymor: "All Marvel Comics are myths." See Thor.
Garry Wills, Baltimore-lover and movie-lover
More Britishness, another psychic, a few skillful bits
Q&A with Kane
'Rashomon' at AFI Silver, James Ivory's latest at Cinema Sundays
DVD/Blu-ray: 'The Wolf Man' vs. 'The Wolfman'
Oscars TV: last thoughts on an uninspired telecast
Sidney Poitier series, family films
'Fracture' pairs him with Hopkins
Landing actor's actor for 'Venus'
Anthony Hopkins is gnarly
Let's hear it for 'Silence' and its winning co-stars
In 'Nixon,' Stone stays inbounds Essay: Perhaps stung by criticism of inaccuracies in 'JFK,' this time out, director does a better job minding his history.
Resurrecting Nixon Movie review: In creating 'Nixon's' wondrously acted characters, Oliver Stone overlooks the equally important plot.
'The Innocent' is an oddly cast spy film without the slightest bit of intelligence
When Sally met Joanie, and other Oscars foolishness
'Legends of the Fall' is hit-and-myth
Actor Brad Pitt is on the verge of stardom still
America's fascination with outlaws vividly drawn in 'Dirty White Boys'
There's no cure for 'The Road to Wellville'
Stories move from here to Hollywood
Strong emotion, acting mark 'Shadowlands'
Movies are getting less explicit: Is it a matter of repression or romance?
Oscar nominations can be based on performance in ads and on talk shows
Not too serious, Debra Winger still evokes tears
Daring? Gays on Screen
Hopkins outshines the plot and everything else in 'Shadowlands'
'Remains of the Day' is a nearly flawless story of a repressed soul
Inferno put stars in real-life drama Blaze threatened rich and famous