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The big summer movie battle is just starting: Iron Man vs. Great Gatsby only the warmup

By Clifford Pugh

The summer movie season, which started in early May, is off to a robust start with Iron Man 3 going gangbusters and The Great Gatsby doing better than expected in its opening week. I ...

CultureMap & KHOU

Valentine's Day seduction tips from a master: Break out your silk robe — and a good movie

By Whitney Radley

CultureMap film critic Joe Leydon arrived at KHOU Ch. 11's studio dressed to impress and ready to seduce Great Day Houston host Deborah Duncan with chocolate candies, cozy socks and h ...

Gone but not forgotten

J.R. returns! Larry Hagman has the last laugh in rollicking Dallas holiday video greeting

By Clifford Pugh

Larry Hagman may be gone, but he's certainly not forgotten.  The actor, who so memorably played the dastardly J.R. Ewing in the classic TV series Dallas and was a major reason why the ...

KHOU & CultureMap

A sneak peek at the five big holiday movies you cannot miss: From The Hobbit to Les Miserables

By Clifford Pugh

On a recent edition of Great Day Houston, host Deborah Duncan and CultureMap contributor Joe Leydon discussed a number of big-budget holiday movies that will soon be on Houston screens. They p ...

KHOU CultureMap Moment

Still time to see Oscar-worthy movies and SuperEverything* at Houston Cinema Arts Festival

By Clifford Pugh

In this week's KHOU CultureMap Moment, Houston Cinema Arts Festival artistic director Richard Herskowitz and CultureMap film writer Joe Leydon discuss film offerings at the fourth-annual festiv ...

KHOU & CultureMap

Halloween treat: The 10 scariest — and most quotable — horror movies of all time

By Clifford Pugh

CultureMap movie contributor Joe Leydon, who is a dead ringer for fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, and Great Day Houston host Deborah Duncan recently discussed the scariest and "most quota ...

More than superheroes

Cinema selections: Best places to view an art house, independent or Bollywood movie in Houston

By Clifford Pugh

Newcomers to Houston sometimes think that only big-budget blockbusters can be found in local movie houses. But dig beyond the traditional cineplex and you'll find an abundance of independent an ...

so divine

"I'm hardly Ansel Adams": The peculiar film art of John Waters fills in for his movie work

By Tyler Rudick

Movie fans and art fans alike poured into the McClain Gallery for the opening of Neurotic, the first exhibition in Texas dedicated to the artwork of cult film legend John Waters. As the beloved ...

Live at MFAH

The many faces and phases of Ethan Hawke: 10 memorable movies starring Cinema Arts Fest honoree

By Joe Leydon

The first thing that impressed me about Ethan Hawke – in real life, that is, long after he’d impressed me with his work on screen – was his blunt-spoken, self-effacing honesty. ...

CultureMap Night at the Movies Psycho screening with Joe Leydon

Hands down the scariest movie of all time, Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho gets a big-screen viewing and commentary from CultureMap contributor Joe Leydon. It's all part of the second installment

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