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Grouplovin’ it

Photo: Pamela Littky Hannah Hooper and Christian Zucconi set off to Europe in 2008 seeking the same things most young people do in those formative, transatlantic trips: purpose, inspiration and a little adventure. They found a lifetime’s worth in the process. Hooper and Zucconi had just met in Manhattan a week before, but with a

Rapper Gregory Jerome performs at February’s Premiere on Film Row.(Randy Alvarado)

Premiere league

As Batman said in The Dark Knight Rises, “A hero can be anyone, even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat around a small boy’s shoulder to let him know that the world hadn’t ended.” Premiere on Film Row is celebrating comic book superheroes, police, firemen and everyday heroes alike


The new horror film Oculus is that sort of yarn. It has its share of creepy moments — some of which might just stay with you long after you’ve left the dark of the theater — but first you have to digest some hard-to-swallow notions. The movie opens with Tim Russell (Brendon Thwaites) being discharged

Frndz with benefits

When Boyfrndz pulls into Oklahoma City for the last show of its national tour in support of its new album, Breeder, on Sunday, it will have gone through hell and back to get here. Touring is a necessary but daunting prospect for independent bands, leaving behind the creature comforts of home for cramped sleeping quarters,

Saddle up

Life has been a whirlwind the past few months for Oklahoma City-based band Horse Thief. Its highly anticipated debut album, Fear in Bliss, has already received critical praise from national media doting on the Bella Union label’s new darlings. Horse Thief is headed back to its roots for a special album release show April 18

High heaven

Photo: Steven Ruud Glow God makes the type of music parents warn their kids about. It’s visceral, bloody knuckles, beer-swilling, cigarette-puffing, sweat-dripping rock music that’s about as clean and polished as a dive bar urinal. But that’s just the surface. Underneath, it’s inviting, sweet and earnest all the same, a mosh-pit brotherhood of kindred spirits that

The Lunchbox

Lunch, to be exact. The situation stems from a rare mix-up in Mumbai’s otherwise-acclaimed system of couriers who deliver lunches to office workers. One such meal, a flavorful concoction lovingly prepared by Ila (Nimrat Kaur), is expected to grab the attention (and maybe heat up the loins) of the woman’s neglectful husband. But the lunch

Darkened tones

American alt-metal act Chevelle is facing some interesting conundrums as it releases La Gárgola, the trio’s seventh studio album. You might even call it a life-or-death scenario. “We’re not sure if we are going to be the ones being killed or the ones killing,” drummer Sam Loeffler said of the short horror film they are

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