Filmmaker’s stunt turns into winning formula for ‘Pride and Prejudice’—and Zombies—spin-off

Back in 2009 Jane Austen collaborated with another young writer. A fellow named Seth Grahame-Smith added cannibal ghouls and martial arts action scenes to Austen’s 1813 masterpiece Pride and Prejudice, and called the results Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

Brobdingnagian-size truck can squeeze into tight spaces

Next time you’re driving along one of Tempe’s streets and a behemoth utility truck looms alongside, don’t worry that an alien mothership has landed.

Film Fare with M.V. Moorhead

Now in theaters, and the leader in this year’s Oscar nominations: The Revenant; Norm of the North

Childhood memories of DQ

Here in the Valley, the Dairy Queen stays open all year ‘round.

Best-of-show pics

Proud though I am to be a founding member of Phoenix Film Critics Society, the Society’s choices for Best Picture are not always the same as mine.

Comic relief: Improv gig lets attorney, audiences, laugh at life

So, how much has being an attorney helped Dave Fuller in his new pursuit, that of improv comedy actor?

What would Turkey Day be without some video faves?

There are countless well-loved Christmas movies, but Thanksgiving movies are a rarity.

Whether iconic white rabbit or grisly disaster victim, costume designer revels in creative joys,...

Sometimes it’s a talking white rabbit, sometimes it’s a disaster victim. When you’re a costume designer, you can just never be sure who you’ll be asked to dress next.

Marooned ‘Martian’ lends authenticity to Matt Damon’s role

The Martian — As in 1964’s excellent Robinson Crusoe on Mars, Ridley Scott’s latest maroons an American astronaut on the Red Planet and lets him figure out how to stay alive.

A shortcut to experiencing India’s cuisine, plus a handy primer to what’s on the...

A trip to India—or, as E M. Forster would have called it, a passage to India—is an expensive proposition for most of us.
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