An unbelievable plot and message of keeping your head down and your mouth shut in high school make “Easy A” less-than-enjoyable
John Greenfield (A.B. ’93) takes local beer background on the road
Fast-paced racing is feminism and punk fury: on wheels!
Using an unusual array of animation styles and the music from the 1920s jazz artist Annette Hanshaw, Paley reveals something funny, beautiful, and heartbreaking in Sita Sings the Blues.
Redtwist Theatre’s The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? packs an emotional wallop for the beast-curious.
Lebanese dance of destruction doesn’t let audiences bow out.
Though the actors and director are clearly committed to their project, A New Nation is thrown together and amateurish.
The movies we loved to hate and hated to love in 2008.
Don’t be fooled by the dark and cold of a Swedish winter—Let the Right One In is an excellent reminder of how much harsher childhood is by comparison.
Three 6 Mafia founding member Juicy J chats with VOICES about Mafia’s new album and dispels rumors of his satanism.
Simon Baatz, author of For the Thrill of It: Leopold and Loeb and the Murder That Shocked Chicago, talks to VOICES about the killers’ fascinating relationship and their U of C connection.