It’s unlikely that someone’s going to see The Reef: Stalked and go out and murder a bunch of sharks. But the fact that we tend to see nature as victimizing us rather than the other way around does have an effect on the present and future of the planet.
Maxx McGathey of Gramps the Vamp scores silent horror films, including Nosferatu and The Man Who Laughs, which opens the Music Box of Horrors—and whose disfigured hero inspired the Joker.
Chicago Fire vs. San Jose Earthquakes, Fourth of July, and more happenings from July 1-4.
Under general manager Dennis Wolkowicz, the Patio Theater in Portage Park reopens as a neighborhood movie house.
Did the mayor actually read any of the books on his publicized list of favorite books?
The new Godzilla remake is a lesson in the lost art of mise-en-scene.
Weekly top five: Martin Scorsese films
Talking to the noted composer about his score for Altered States and how it relates to his other work
This week’s Chicagoan: John Fitzpatrick, owner and head coach, Chicago Blue Dolphins
What’s on the Agenda for Friday, November 30, 2012
Top Five Steven Spielberg Films
A preview of this week’s notable screenings
Franchised indie fest featuring 18 films, including documentaries on Chicago hip-hop, Chicago’s Providence St. Mell high school, and Jaws
“Jaws” and “Bee Movie” screen tonight at local parks.