Relax and enjoy winter break by going to the movie theaters this season. Book adaptations and black comedies are some of the types of films that will be playing.
The Arts and Entertainment staff review three movies currently in theaters: “Lincoln Lawyer,” “Sucker Punch” and “The Adjustment Bureau.”
We’ve been quick to forgive Carrie Bradshaw and her couture-draped cohorts for their, often, rampant superficiality. But in “Sex and the City 2”, any blow for third-wave feminism is traded in for offensive representations.
Brothers Benjamin and Peter Bratt visit UCSC and speak about their new movie, “La Mission.”
An army of students clad in fishnets, corsets and plenty of drag surrounded the Del Mar Theater on Friday and Saturday night for Slugs in Fishnets’ annual production of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” This year was the eighth annual showing at the Del Mar, and once again it sold out.
At Paramount Pictures’ request, the Del Mar Theatre in Santa Cruz was among only 12 theaters in the country — and the only theater in California — to premiere the low-budget, high-fright horror film “Paranormal Activity,” starting Thursday, Sept. 24.
Thrill-seekers, including folks from as far away as Los Angeles and San Diego, assembled downtown for midnight showings throughout the film’s opening weekend, with lines filling the sidewalk for an entire city block.
UCSC graduate Cary Fukunaga discusses the journey behind writing and directing ‘Sin Nombre’