It would be a cinematic sin to reveal too much about any mystery-themed movie. However, as “Secret in Their Eyes” shows, there are worse things than spoilers.
In any fantasy or science fiction series, there are bound to be weak portions in the unfolding of a lengthy story. Fortunately, unlike the movie that preceded it, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2” is right on target.
Moffat County’s colorful past is rivaled perhaps only by its colorful present, captured and depicted in diverse styles by local artists featured in the Museum of Northwest Colorado’s Best of Moffat Country in Art and Photography show set to open Thursday.
At this point, we’re not unfamiliar with a world where a doghouse doubles as a Sopwith Camel, all adults sound like a trombone solo and no one questions why a child is almost completely bald. Still, a return to one of the most beloved series of the last 60 years feels like visiting old friends and finding a new reason to love them in “The Peanuts Movie.”
Local artist Israel Holloway is respected nationwide for his finely detailed and strikingly realistic watercolor paintings about the West, but only once has he ever replaced his watercolors with wine.
Senior Social Center event sees sizable turnout in 2nd year
Music filled the air and feet filled the dance floor Saturday night at Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion. But, the partygoers weren’t just dancing — by purchasing tickets to the Senior Social Center’s Decade of Dance, attendees were helping fund a valuable resource for Craig’s senior citizens.
That magical time of year is upon us, and the Craig community plans to make this Halloween a special one for the child in all of us. Whether your costume is homemade or store-bought, whether you feel like a nut or don’t — Mounds and Almond Joy are sure to be well-stocked as well as every other kind of candy, don’t worry! — or if you want a party that’s packed with kids or caters strictly to ages 21 and older, you can find something among the Craig Daily Press’s Halloween Happenings. This weekend has a haunted house, festivals and parties galore, and of course the seasonal traditional of giveaways of all kinds of delectable delights, with the people of Northwest Colorado pitching in to make it both safe and fun for even the smallest witch, vampire or clown. Plan it just right, and you may be able to hit every event on this list!
There’s a vast library of scary movies, be they genuinely terrifying or laughably bad, reaching back for decades. You needn’t look too far back in the annals of Redbox or Netflix to find horror flicks released this year like “Insidious: Chapter 3” or the remake of “Poltergeist.” Still, you can’t beat a true theatrical experience when it comes to this genre, and it’s worth the price of admission if you find something suitable for your tastes among these films still in the cineplex.
Whether it’s your first time setting out your own jack-o’-lantern or you’ve got years of experience wearing a mask and collecting goodies along a downtown parade of costumes free of traffic, you’re sure to find something delightful as we get closer to Halloween.
Hope you’ve at least started preparing your costume, because some likely have had theirs ready to go for weeks. The Halloween season is coming to a climax this week, but there’s plenty of time to prepare for the holiday’s events this weekend, as well as some family fun leading up to it.
The Craig Concert Association’s 2015-16 season debuts this Sunday. The first act of the year for the annual series is “A Tribute to Neil Diamond.” The show features tribute artist Denny Diamond and sons Lucas and Spenser paying homage to one of the great performers of our time with renditions of “I’m a Believer,” “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Sweet Caroline” and more, as well as favorites from the likes of Buddy Holly and Johnny Cash.
When you’re looking at red, dusty landscapes without another human being in sight, you can either get motivated or get depressed. No, I’m not talking about being in Utah, rather the do-or-die hero of “The Martian.”
The heat is always on to create the next big thing in young adult action films. Unfortunately, in the case of ”Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” that thermal overload proves too much pressure. Out of the frying pan, as they say…
Audubon Rockies, Conservation Colorado and Friends of Northwest Colorado are hosting a screening of the recently premiered film, The Sagebrush Sea, at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Craig.
Spending your summer in the theater with the Avengers, wacky choral singers or unwieldy dinosaurs is as fine an investment as you want it to be, because the price of a movie ticket for something you enjoy is never a waste of money. That being said, here’s my two cents on a selection of films from the past few months I didn’t get a chance to review for one reason or another.