What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Thursday, October 10
The long-running horror marathon the Massacre relocates to the Patio Theater.
Dan answers Canadians’ questions about sex.
Noting a program of short works by the experimental filmmaker, which screens this Friday
Chicago International Film Festival: Italian horror master Dario Argento, in person
Chicago International Film Festival: John McNaughton returns to the cinema with The Harvest.
Chicago International Film Festival: We Own the Night director James Gray presents The Immigrant.
The 49th Chicago International Film Festival: Reviews of all the highlights from week one, plus four director spotlights
Chicago International Film Festival: Tsai Ming-liang’s latest, Stray Dogs, follows in the tradition of Chaplin and Ozu.
Budget hearings in Chicago: If Mayor Rahm doesn’t hear the bad news, apparently that means there is none.
Oozing Wound discharges its first album, Teen Witch throws a sexy alien party, and more.
A pair of Reader staffers argue the merits and drawbacks of the new Sleigh Bells full-length, Bitter Rivals, while simultaneously listening to the album. And they mention “shred-pop” nearly a dozen times combined.
One of the key players in the west-side bop scene drops his debut mixtape.
The singer-songwriter, who plays the Red Line Tap on Saturday, once again reflects the musical richness of his hometown with his great new album, Memphis Circa 3 AM.