Category: Guest Articles

Your Dad’s Rock and Roll 1

Your Dad’s Rock and Roll

With Thanksgiving just around the corner and everyone flocking back home to be with family, Trashwire brings you a new piece by Will Ables about bonding with his dad over The Boss, vodka on...

Denver’s Bump & Grind offers delicious drag fun 1

Denver’s Bump & Grind offers delicious drag fun

“Hello, I’m Nasty and I’ll be your bitch today” is the kind of greeting you can expect at Bump & Grind Café in Denver. A group of women came in shortly after my party...

‘A Serious Man’ is a serious masterpiece from the Coen Brothers 0

‘A Serious Man’ is a serious masterpiece from the Coen Brothers

Let me start this review off by letting you know up front it will be pretty biased. I absolutely love the Coen Brothers. They are by far my favorite directors and can do no...

Zombieland is thoroughly entertaining 1

Zombieland is thoroughly entertaining

If you’ve seen any zombie movies or read Max Brooks’ “Zombie Survival Guide,” then you know the key to actually surviving a zombie threat is by having a few rules to follow, and things...

Killer cast makes great comedy in Bored to Death 0

Killer cast makes great comedy in Bored to Death

Bored to Death is the new HBO series starring Jason Schwartzman, Zach Galifianakis, and Ted Danson (yes, you read that correctly, Ted Danson). The series takes place in New York and focuses on the...

Mini characters fight a large scale apocalypse in Shane Acker’s ‘9’ 0

Mini characters fight a large scale apocalypse in Shane Acker’s ‘9’

The film 9 was first an Academy Award winning short of the same title by director Shane Acker. The short took the non-verbal Wall-E route while the new seventy-nine-minute feature consists of an entire...

The Marc Pease Experience – good cast, but no Rushmore 0

The Marc Pease Experience – good cast, but no Rushmore

Eight years after running off the stage screaming during a high school production of “The Wiz,” Marc Pease still finds himself living in the past. This is the plot of the new film The...

Taking Woodstock aims for the unreachable 0

Taking Woodstock aims for the unreachable

Based on the trailer for Taking Woodstock, you might think it’s a comedy. Casting Demetri Martin as the lead might cement this assumption. The film may also seem like an epic biographical piece set...

Audiences will fall in love with Charlyne Yi in Paper Heart 1

Audiences will fall in love with Charlyne Yi in Paper Heart

“True love is like ghosts, which everyone talks about and few have seen,” is how the great French writer Francois de La Rochefoucauld summed up love. Dictionary.com describes love as “a profoundly tender, passionate...

Whatever Works really works 0

Whatever Works really works

Whatever Works is the new comedy from writer/director Woody Allen. The film takes place in New York, (did you honestly think a Woody Allen movie could take place anywhere else? Fuggetaboutit!), with Larry David...

Über funny or über gay, Brüno gets ballsy in America 2

Über funny or über gay, Brüno gets ballsy in America

What can be said about Sasha Baron Cohen’s latest “documentary” Brüno? With bolder quips and tricks, Cohen continues what he does best in films based on characters he originated in Da Ali G Show.

Public Enemies shows what a summer blockbuster is supposed to be 1

Public Enemies shows what a summer blockbuster is supposed to be

The year is 1933. America is in the heart of the Great Depression. Gangsters have style. The Giants are still in New York. American automobiles are tops in the world. Bank robbers are legends....