“In Search of Darkness” documents and analyzes the history and impact of horror films in the 1980s. For the film’s four-hour plus runtime, director David A. Weiner compiled an impressive roster of interviewees and archival footage to deliver the ultimate masterclass in ‘80s horror.
From being talked over to being taken less seriously in the workplace, the everyday experiences as a woman are frequently frustrating and serve as the focal point in “An Uncomfortable Woman,” Austin-based director, writer and producer Meghan Ross’ debut film.
To celebrate the release of “Zombieland: Double Tap,” The Daily Texan attended a 15-minute roundtable interview with actor Jesse Eisenberg (“The Social Network”) and director Ruben Fleischer (“Venom”) to discuss all things Zombieland.
With Halloween less than two weeks away, it’s finally time to binge-watch spooky movies. If you’re ready to get in the Halloween spirit but aren’t a fan of jump scares and crazy clowns, here are The Daily Texan’s recommendations for some not-so-scary Halloween movies.
The gang returns in the long-awaited sequel to 2009’s “Zombieland,” titled “Zombieland: Double Tap.” Ruben Fleischer (“Venom”) returns to direct the star-studded cast of Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin.
The highly anticipated and extremely controversial “Joker,” directed by Todd Phillips (“The Hangover”), has arrived, detailing a complex, mesmerizing and terrifying story about the infamous villain’s preliminary path of destruction.
The Texas Legislature and musical sketch comedy might seem as likely a pair as a wool sweater this September, but the improbable fusion — improv and politics — is the bread and butter of Austin-based sketch show, “Over the Lege.”