Houston’s Murder by the Book serves up bloodshed with a smile.
On the occasion of his third cult examination, Guinn shares what he’s learned about the charisma of evil.
Filmmaker and Dallas native Cooper Raiff is only 25, but his second film, ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth,’ should establish him as Texas’s next great director.
Lance Scott Walker's ‘DJ Screw: A Life in Slow Revolution’ is a worthwhile biography and oral history, even for those who already know the story of Screw's short, impactful life.
The 72-year-old Oscar winner and East Texas native takes her small-town ethos to the small screen—and across galaxies.
German writer Thomas Pletzinger has written a definitive biography of the seven-footer who brought a title to Dallas and a new era to the NBA.
Bastards of Soul front man Chadwick Murray died last September. His bandmates now reckon with the release of his final album.
For the first time in four years, the Chicks are back on the road—but one big state (and a bigger part of the band's history) is notably absent from the list of stops.
The Yellowstone prequel series ‘1883’ was a smash hit—and just the beginning for Taylor Sheridan’s western empire. Only viewers seem to care.
The new show has a strong premise that’s derailed by cheap laughs. But cartoonist Gilbert Shelton’s counterculture strips are still great.
You won't be able to put these down.
There may be no more powerful film about growing up with nowhere to go.
First published in 1987, ‘The Accommodation’ still resonates today.
This is how the Texas band ends.
The Texas Rangers Tried (and Failed) to Capture Pancho Villa. The Conflict Still Shapes the Texas-Mexico Border Today.
Jeff Guinn’s ‘War on the Border’ punctures the myth of the Rangers as frontier heroes.
The actor stars as a gun-toting Smiths fan in ‘Shoplifters of the World.’
The Austin author traces the history of the movie that changed his life.