Journalist Femke Boot takes matters into her own hands when she turns the tables on the sexist, male internet trolls filling her social media posts with threats of violence, and embarks on a murderous rampage. 

An anonymous hitman (the virtuoso) gets caught up in a deadly game of cat and mouse in this solid crime thriller, which features a menacing turn from Anthony Hopkins. Is the virtuoso the agent of death or is he the mark?

For more than 90 years, the annual Academy Awards have honored the best in film, whether it's actors, directors, writers, or other purveyors of celluloid dreams. Join editor and producer Paul Barnes as he presents the history of the prestigious award ceremony in all its glory and its its shame.

Two Things. One "Thing" couldn't be more different than the other, but both of them have their fans. Whether the good-natured esprit de corps draws you more to the Howard Hawks-produced The Thing from Another World, or morbid curiosity draws you more John Carpenter's gore-splattered remake, The Thing, there's much to love in both versions.

From the district attorney's office in Dallas, where his father worked, to a career as a crime reporter in the Bay Area, to a true crime documentarian and feature filmmaker, Tiller Russell's life made him the perfect candidate to bring the Byzantine story of the criminal enterprise Silk Road to the screen. 

The films in the Flatirons Food Film Festival cover a broad range of topics, from the recovery of Indigenous knowledge of food culture to the impact of waste reduction, to the neglected heritage of African American cooking our nation's cookbooks. 

Imprisoned for eternity and buried deep within the Earth, an alien being is accidentally awakened by two siblings who have no idea of the ride they're in for. Their actions set off a chain of events in which the fate of the universe hangs in the balance.

Maria Callas' return to opera was such big news that the British Broadcasting Corporation televised Act II of one of her Tosca performances live. Footage from that historic event forms the basis for The Magic of Callas, a documentary airing on Great Performances

Before Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire, stars like the Nicholas brothers, Katherine Dunham, Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, and Josephine Baker were turning a fusion of African and new American jazz rhythms and movement into a popular dance that found its way into the floorshows of nightclubs in Harlem — then to Hollywood and onto the dancing feet of people of all races all over the country.

With the flow of new releases from Hollywood reduced to a rivulet, this is a great time to revisit some classic titles featuring the work of four great composers active during the 1930s, ‘40s, and ‘50s. The films mentioned are widely available on DVD and via streaming services; soundtrack CD…

A years-long peace between humans and alien-human hybrids is threatened by a virus. The cure lies on a distant planet ruled by hostile aliens, and only Rose Cowley and an elite band of mercenaries possess the ability to infiltrate the planet and recover it, if they're not too late.