“I’m more dramatic than people like me to be,” Tammy Faye (Jessica Chastain) says upon first meeting her future husband. “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” isn’t short on dramatics; in fact, this story would seem like fiction if the rise and fall of Jim and Tammy Bakker wasn’t so highly publicized in …
I got an opportunity to see Galveston County Daily News film critic Dustin Chase work behind the scenes at a private press screening for the film “The Eyes of Tammy Faye.”
During the final day attending the Toronto International Film Festival, Galveston County Daily News film critic Dustin Chase enjoys Jessica Chastain’s presence along with “Wildhood,” “Belfast” and “The Survivor.”
Galveston County Daily News film critic Dustin Chase reviews a wide range of films on Day 4, including “The Starling,” “Lakewood,” “The Electrical Life of Louis Wain” and “The Humans.”
After waiting for the highly anticipated film “Dune,” Daily News film critic Dustin Chase reviews Timothee Chalamet’s performance along with “Jockey,” “Montana Story” and “The Guilty.”
After settling in for Day 2 of the Toronto International Film Festival, Galveston County Daily News film critic Dustin Chase reviews "The Power of the Dog," "Titane" and "Encounter."
After a pandemic-complicated trek to get to Canada, Galveston County Daily News film critic Dustin Chase reviews “Memoria,” “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Mothering Sunday," which were screened on day one of the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Alvin Sunrise Rotary Foundation will present the Alvin Music Festival & Cook-off from Friday through Sunday at Briscoe Park, 3201 state Highway 35 S. in Alvin.
Watching Paul Schrader’s latest film is like sitting in an early ’90s medical center waiting room. While you wait, there isn’t much to occupy your time except to look at paintings, magazines or the outdated furniture.
With summer winding down and the Labor Day holiday on the horizon, there’s not much to do entertainment-wise — but, here are a few events for you to look forward to and to pencil in on your calendar for the fall season.
In addition to its crowd favorite ArtWalk event, the Galveston Arts Center will present Ryan Hawk’s newest exhibit “distorts of trespass” this weekend at 2127 Strand St. in Galveston.
Categorized as a “spiritual sequel” to the ‘90s-era horror franchise, Oscar winner Jordan Peele (“Get Out,” “Us”) puts his unique spin on this reboot that combines the old and new.
Here's hoping you and yours already have purchased your tickets for the Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce's annual Shrimp Boil & Dance, which will be from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday at the Rotary Pavilion at Nessler Park, 1801 Ninth Ave. N. in Texas City.
New horror thriller “The Night House” gets much right in the first two acts. The film’s use of location in upstate New York is beautifully isolated, the color palette of natural earth tones seen throughout the film demonstrates its attention to aesthetics.
Two new films opening this weekend are trying to get a jump on the upcoming 2021-2022 awards race. The first is “CODA,” debuting on Apple+ this weekend. The film, starring Oscar winner Marlee Matlin, took the Sundance Film Festival by storm back in January, winning virtually all top prizes a…
Visual artist Chayse Sampy, also known as “Chayse The Artist,” will exhibit some of her work as it relates to the celebration of Juneteenth from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at the headquarters of the Juneteenth Legacy Project, which is located at the corner of 22nd and Strand streets in Galveston.
You might have heard that Amazon’s new film opened the Cannes Film Festival with a five-minute standing ovation. What you also should know is the Cannes audience is made up of international participants whose tastes rarely align with the mainstream.