From lawsuits to leg warmers, the guys behind Found Footage Festival head to Theatre 99 next month
From lawsuits to leg warmers, the guys behind Found Footage Festival head to Theatre 99 next month Finders keepers

The concept is simple: find weird, funny, old (by their nature, they must be old, right?) VHS tapes, and bring them on a touring showcase around the country. That's exactly…


Get an early taste of YALLFest this Friday
Get an early taste of YALLFest this Friday Book it to Blue Bicycle

It's almost here. The gentle creak of a new book bind as it's opened for the first time; the curving, then winding, then whip-lashing routes of a well thought out…


How Charleston's library and literary scene shaped Grady Hendrix's 'Paperbacks From Hell'
How Charleston's library and literary scene shaped Grady Hendrix's 'Paperbacks From Hell' Hot for horror

To be an enthusiast of horror and exploitation films, you have to be willing to endure a sometimes endless supply of poop to find a diamond. Author Grady Hendrix is…


<i>Happy Death Day</i> is eerily unoriginal
Happy Death Day is eerily unoriginal A dull death

Multiple times while watching Happy Death Day, I wrote in my notes: "Who's killing her?," "Why?," and "Who cares?" Attempts to humanize "Tree," as college student protagonist Teresa (Jessica Rothe)…


CMH presents 'Spruill,' featuring works depicting North Charleston's Spruill Avenue
CMH presents 'Spruill,' featuring works depicting North Charleston's Spruill Avenue Down the street

Charleston Music Hall has more than just music, ya know. Recently the Hall has featured art exhibits in its upstairs lobby, bringing a free-and-open-to-the-public display of art to a multipurpose…



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