Friday Double Feature: The Art of Murder in A BUCKET OF BLOOD & COLOR ME BLOOD RED

Friday Double Feature: The Art of Murder in A BUCKET OF BLOOD & COLOR ME BLOOD RED

Friday Double Feature: The Art of Murder in A BUCKET OF BLOOD & COLOR ME BLOOD RED

As noted by Clive Davies in his book Spinegrinder: The Movies Most Critics Won’t Write About, Herschell Gordon Lewis’ 1965 film, Color Me Blood Red, “is kind of an extension of A Bucket of Blood,” directed by Roger Corman in 1959. While the former is a brightly-colored, slightly serious picture, and

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Bookshelf: WHAT THE HELL DID I JUST READ

Bookshelf: WHAT THE HELL DID I JUST READ

Bookshelf: WHAT THE HELL DID I JUST READ

At their heart, David Wong’s books set in the town of Undisclosed are about perception. His first novel, John Dies at the End, its sequel, This Book Is Full of Spiders, and the latest, What the Hell Did I Just Read, all deal with the fact that what we’re seeing with our eyes might not actually be wh

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Hembree dances away from its Americana roots

Hembree dances away from its Americana roots

Hembree dances away from its Americana roots

From left: Eric Davis, Isaac Flynn, Garrett ChildersStephen ShiremanIn the three years since playing its first show, Kansas City’s Hembree has evolved. W...

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John Cleese on the enduring popularity of Python ahead of his Wednesday JCCC appearance

John Cleese on the enduring popularity of Python ahead of his Wednesday JCCC appearance

John Cleese on the enduring popularity of Python ahead of his Wednesday JCCC appearance

Onscreen, John Cleese frequently seems to be very upset about something. Whether attempting to return a parrot on Monty Python's Flying Circus, running...

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