The Galveston Historical Foundation will present its popular Dickens on The Strand festival Friday through Sunday in downtown Galveston.
Yes, there’s a piano in Jane Campion’s new film — the Oscar-nominated director worried about that element in “The Power of the Dog” but has since embraced the idea that it, and “The Piano,” are companion pieces and bookends to her career.
OK, now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s time to gather up the family and friends and get ready to enjoy the sights and sounds of the holiday season.
The highly anticipated “House of Gucci” by Ridley Scott isn’t quite the film everyone hoped for or anticipated.
Moody Gardens will celebrate its 20th year of Festival of Lights with Santa Claus, of course, who will parachute in to illuminate the mile-long light trail Saturday at 1 Hope Blvd. in Galveston.
Sometimes it’s hard to find a running theme between two seemingly unrelated new releases like the award-worthy film “King Richard” and the new “Ghostbusters” sequel.
Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” is the likely next best-picture winner. What leads to this early prediction is the old method that the film you can sit anyone in front of and have them enjoy it is typically the one with the most votes.
Fresh off winning best picture and director at the last Academy Awards for her masterpiece “Nomadland,” Chloé Zhao delivers the most unusual Marvel film in some time. Unusual is a welcome diversion from the familiar superheroes, whose origin stories have been played out to exhaustion.
The League of United Latin American Citizens Council No. 151 and Modelo Beer will host the inaugural Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Fall Fiesta from noon to 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the old Galveston County Courthouse, 722 21st St. in Galveston.
The long awaited Scott Cooper (“Hostiles,” “Crazy Heart”) horror film finally hits theaters this weekend, just in time for Halloween. Plagued by pandemic delays, the prolific filmmaker once again delivers the unexpected in what has become his dark, brooding, signature format.
It was never going to take much rebooting to make an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s beloved “Dune” better than its 1984 disappointment, helmed by David Lynch.
Mariel Hemingway's famous grandfather, Ernest, killed himself just months before she was born. It was one of seven suicides in a family beset by addiction, depression and mental illness. She's traveling to the island this month to share her story at the Galveston Women's Conference.
The city of La Marque and the Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce is bringing back Bayou Fest, which will be from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday at Highland Bayou Park, 1991 Getty Road (take Exit 10 off Interstate 45 S.) in La Marque.
One of two Ridley Scott films this year, “The Last Duel” takes a big swing in its narrative structure. This is no spoiler, but the dueling knight/love triangle plot is told from three different perspectives, each a slightly different version of the truth.
Here’s hoping the beautiful fall weather continues so you can attend the 37th annual Galveston Island Greek Festival set for Saturday and Sunday at the Assumption of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church, 1824 Ball St. in Galveston.
All eyes are on Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond this weekend. In his fifth and final appearance as the iconic spy, “No Time to Die” closes out a trilogy of sorts that began with “Skyfall” (2012).
If you’ve never gotten a chance to attend Majic 102.1 FM’s “Majic Under the Stars” concert series featuring some of the best rhythm and blues artists across the nation, here’s your chance.