Five Minutes With Barbara Horan, Owner, the historic Texan Theater

by Lisa Davis on December 5, 2019

With a history as long as the Trinity River, the Texan Theater has been brought back to life.  In 1935, the Texan Theater became one of several movie theaters in the tiny North Texas town...

2019’s Must See Summer Blockbusters & Family Movies

by Brian Maass on July 12, 2019

With temperatures soaring, summer is the ideal time to cool down in front of the big screen with a few of your favorite heroes and villains. So many characters await! Blockbusters In April, "Avengers: End...

Award-Winning Looks, Not Just For Oscar

by Ashley Allen on February 20, 2019

It's awards season, a time when Hollywood walks the red carpet and the world watches to see the latest glamorous fashions. Feathers, florals, tulle and embellishments are trending for the Oscars and I have curated...

Don’t Miss These 5 Fall Movies

by Rilee Wong on September 26, 2018

With cooler temperatures, shorter days and—-before you know it—-family coming to town for the holidays, this is the perfect time of year to hit the theaters and watch some movies. Whether you’re looking for screams,...

Red Carpet: David Spade Movie Premieres, Filmed in Corsicana, TX

by Ashley Allen on September 11, 2018

Corsicana residents recently walked the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of “Warning Shot,” which was filmed in their hometown. The September 6th premiere, held at the prestigious Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills,...

Making Reel History in Clifton, Texas

by Will Maddox on June 14, 2018

The longest continuously running theater in Texas balances modern technology with a healthy respect for tradition. It’s New Year’s Eve, and a light snow whistles down the sidewalk in front of the Cliftex Theatre as...

The 5 Must See Summer Movies

by Hunter Lanier on June 7, 2018

Every year, the summer movie season seems to start a little sooner. This year, it began in February with the massive release of ‘Black Panther.’ Just two months after that, the titular hero returned as...

The Other Austin Film Festival: Building Community Through Film

by Nancy Miller Barton on May 3, 2018

A curious girl undone by a simple straw, a maid with chess chops, a 93-year-old sex columnist who’s direct, funny and uncannily insightful. Just a few of the characters moviegoers met at this year’s Indie...