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Pain & Gain

Crime definitely doesn’t pay in Pain & Gain. In some small way P&G is the film I’ve always wanted Michael Bay, he of the big explosion exposition, to make. Bay has crafted an often-outrageous thriller out of one of the most lurid true crime stories from the last century (1995 to be exact). Set in Miami, a city Bay shut down when he shot Bad Boys II there, P&G wants to be equal parts horrifying criminal acts and an absurd comedy where the bad guys bicker and stumble through their misadventures. The final charges are extortion, kidnapping, murder all motivated ... Read More »

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Dancing in the Rain at iFest

They don’t seem to mind the rain. Read More »

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Lore

From April 25 through May 4, the German-Australian collaboration, “Lore,” will be showing at Sundance Theater. Directed and co-written by Australian filmmaker Cate Shortland (“Flower Girl,” “Joy,” “Somersault”), “Lore” takes place in post-Nazi Germany as the Allied Forces are busy sweeping up S.S. officials. Five children of high-ranking Nazis must flee their home following the arrest of their parents. The eldest child, Lore (Saskia Rosendahl), is instructed by her mother, just before she’s hauled off to an interment camp, to lead her four siblings five hundred miles through the Black Woods to their grandmother’s house in Hamberg. As Lore and ... Read More »

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The Weekly Music Round Up!

  The Weekly Music Round Up, April 26th-May 2nd: For those of you not going to Austin Psych Fest this weekend, fear not, for there is a wealth of fabulous shows this weekend. Most of the bands that will be playing Psych Fest will be stopping by Houston, anyway.    FREE PRESS PICK OF THE WEEK! Peter Murphy/ My Jerusalem- Live at Numbers, on Friday, April April 26th Seeing Bauhaus frontman Peter Murphy, and at Numbers? This is too obvious! Don’t forget to wear all black! Friday, April 26th: Black Mountain, Co-Pilot- Live at Rudyard’s Peter Murphy, My Jerusalem- Live ... Read More »

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Mud leads pack of titles

This is one of those clusterfuck movie release weekends where there’re half a dozen films opening so let’s cut to the chase. If you saw Take Shelter it should come as no surprise that Jeff Nichols is a director to watch. His grasp of narrative and composition and in the case of TS eeriness puts him on my A-list anyway. Mud, his third film, takes place in a small Southern river county town, involves a criminal hiding out in the woods and some young boys who discover him. Nichols will be the first to tell you the film has a ... Read More »

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Brandon Cronenberg on Antiviral

You know how when you’re a lad there’s always an unspoken pressure to grow up and be like your father. In the case of Brandon Cronenberg, son of the man who created the shape of rage David Cronenberg, that’s not really a bad thing. After seeing Brandon’s debut film Antiviral, it’s obvious he’s a chip off the old block. Antiviral unwinds in an almost pure white set that suggests an antiseptic aesthetic. There’s a sci-fi vibe, only not high tech so much as thematically. “We used light in a way that it bounced back bright,” Cronenberg tells Free Press Houston. ... Read More »

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Short takes: Trashed, et al.

After the opening credits the opening of Trashed shows the Earth from outer space. From up here it looks pristine and clean, the celebrity narrator Jeremy Irons intones. Then come countless shots of how the land and sea really look up close. Trashed is an important documentary about the pollution, toxic waste and trash that is unceremoniously dumped on a daily basis, and how it affects all living organisms on the planet. The production is slick, talking heads are well lit and composed and Vangelis composed the soundtrack. Sure, values like that make the film a pleasure to watch but ... Read More »

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Psyched for Austin Psych Fest, 2013

This year, I’ll be attending Psych Fest for the first time ever, and I couldn’t be more ecstatic. The lineup is huge, and a lot of bands that I wouldn’t normally get the opportunity to see otherwise will be performing. Bands like The Moving Sidewalks, OM, and many more will be playing their first shows in Texas in a long while, which is incentive enough for me to make the trek out to this psychedelic festival. The Austin Psych Fest was founded in 2008. Since its inception, the festival has grown through social media, word of mouth, and from the ... Read More »

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The Texas Crawfish and Music Festival

It’s time for the annual Texas Crawfish and Music Festival!  Held in Old Town Spring each year in April, the festival runs for two weekends and features dozens of food vendors, three stages of live music, a carnival, and of course, all the crawfish you can eat. More than twenty five tons of live mudbugs are delivered and boiled on site for your tasting pleasure. As the largest and longest running crawfish celebration in the South (take that Louisiana!), The Texas Crawfish and Music Festival is a staple event in the Lone Star State. This year will mark the festival’s ... Read More »

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Vicky Cryer - “The Synthetic Love of Emotional Engineering”

Jason Hill’s Louis XIV is a band that never got a fair shake. Some of the material was immature and AMateurish, but there was definitely some sex-drenched rock genius sprinkled into the band’s first three records. And, again, sure, they sold some albums and got a little bit of attention but mostly, they were under-appreciated. Pitchfork gave their debut full-length (2005′s “The Best Little Secrets Are Kept”) a 1.2. As far as online music journalism goes, this is not only really really bad - it’s fucking LEGENDARY. While Pitchfork is notoriously rough, as far as ratings go, they normally relegate ... Read More »

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