Oct 3, 2013
Opium: Film Review
Some movies are so bad, they're good. Then there's Opium , a kitschy, costumed, song-and-dance homage to the works of Jean Cocteau that's so ludicrous and poorly made, it plays like a French episode of Drunken History -- except without the drunk part.
Crowd go Forever Crazy for Kelly Brook in sexy dancing show
JIMMY Savile had three-in-a-bed sex with teen girls in a hospital's nurses' quarters twice-a-week, a former porter claimed last night.
Highlights for July 31-Aug. 6
Here are the highlights of programs this week on KMOS-TV: History Detectives Tuesday, July 31 - 7 p.m. 6.1 Whether two patches that features a symbol of a bird dropping a bomb are from a World War II unit; if a neckpiece and leggings belonged to Chief Black Kettle, a Cheyenne leader; whether a President Lincoln-signed note is authentic.
Trendspotting: On the Red Carpet
On Monday night, models, muses and bon vivants celebrated the opening of The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
James Wolcott's Blog
A Prophet Unheeded
Andrew Sarris tried to warn us about the scourge of mumblecore cinema 35 years ago--before it was even born! I'm a little sick of modest, low-budget, offbeat projects, and I don't think it's very wise to inflict unattractive people on audiences for long periods of time.