Cold Dead Hand with Jim Carrey from Jim Carrey I've lived in New York, Los Angeles and a few places in between, but only in Arizona have I ever felt like I actually might need a gun. Not to protect myself from armed robbers and whatnot, but to protect myself from Sand Land's rabid gun nuts, ... More >>
Editor's Note: With a tip of the cap to the man, we bid Maynard James Keenan adieu. This is MJK's final column for Up on the Sun, as he's devoting 2013 to more music and more wine. You won't have to wait too long to hear some of the fruits of his labor: On Tuesday, February 19, Puscifer will release ... More >>
A few weeks ago we brought you the Top 10 Foodie Movies. This time around here are five more films where food is a central theme -- though not in the most appetizing of ways. Here's to a group of films keeping the "taste" in tasteless. 5. Delicatessen (1991): Delicatessen takes place ... More >>
Usually, folks like to compare Sheriff Joe to rather nefarious historical figures, you know, like Bull Connor, Idi Amin, Augusto Pinochet, Benito Mussolini (well, they're both Italian), and so on. But the Man from Galilee? The Prince of Peace? The Light of This World? Jesus Christ himself? That's t ... More >>
I'm not sure what the highlight of Wednesday's big tea-bag-Obama-hate-fest at the Capitol was for me. Was it the high-school girl carrying a sign comparing President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler and Vladimir Lenin? Or the belligerent dork talking to state Senator Thayer Verschoor about how he (the d ... More >>
Vincent Price outwits, outplays, and outlasts the living dead
Heres your pain at the pump
That old "last man on earth" setup? It really works
Super Monkey Ball Adventure takes a wrong turn
The plumed wonder hates to agree with GOP gun moll Ann Coulter philosophically, but about our 9/11 memorial . . .
C.S. Lewis' world comes to life
Letters from the week of April 14, 2005
Letters from the week of November 11, 2004
Jim Carrey's sheer heaven as Bruce Almighty until the praying
Tim Burton monkeys around with an icon. But is it evolution?
Lunch with singer-songwriter Jill Cohn is an unexpectedly happy affair
Coming to terms with the power of the Über Crooner
Who's trekking to a Hollywood motel to see faded luminaries?
Gibson may have a reputation for machismo, but pull it all together, and it looks more like masochismo
Oliver Stone scores big with testosterone-charged Any Given Sunday
Fred Green explores new rhythmic permutations on its third album
The Prince of Egypt offers up the 10 commandments of (brotherly) love
Orson Welles' fingerprints are all over Touch of Evil, his newly reconstructed noir classic
A new and improved J.D. Hayworth squares off against the same old Steve Owens
Using detailed instructions left by Orson Welles, top film editor Walter Murch has remade "the best B-movie" ever, Welles' Touch of Evil
The long- and shortcomings of Branagh's full-length Hamlet
HE BROUGHT US AN RTC LAWSUIT, A GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION AND A "CAR OF THE PEOPLE." NOT TO MENTION GEORGE LECKIE AND ANNETTE ALVAREZ. OH, WHAT THE HECK, WE'LL MENTION THEM.