Take The Cake.
In search of a Tuesday night time-kill? Well, if the State of the Union address isn't your had, look no farther than artist Ben Bennett, who has been posting four-hour-long videos of himself sitting and smiling online.
As quintessentially lame as it sounds, Bennett's now 26 videos deep and counting. Of course, in lieu of binge-watching those suckers tonight, there's markedly more interesting things you could be doing with your time this evening, too. — Cory Graves
Broncho at City Tavern
Norman, Oklahoma, is probably more known for college football than for its music scene, but if more awesome bands like Broncho start coming out of the area, maybe that will change. Broncho's a brassy garage rock group that represents Oklahoma well. Local outfits The Chloes and Street Arabs open. — Chelsea Upton
Black Sunday at The Magnolia
Like the movie Outbreak, here's a disaster flick that's probably more frighteningly prophetic today than when it was released in 1977. The plot point of Black Sunday revolves around a group of terrorists plotting to blow up the Goodyear blimp as it flies over the Super Bowl. Chilling, no? And just two weeks before this year's big game, too. — CG
Cake at Texas Theatre
In a departure from her normal romcom-ready roles, Jennifer Aniston takes a dramatic turn as a woman addicted to painkillers, who investigates the death of a pal from her support drug addiction support group (Anna Kendrick). Somewhat astonishingly the critical darling had been almost completely ignored until Aniston recently began receiving award noms for her performance. — CG
Thief at Alamo Drafthouse
There's a lot to love about Michael Mann's 1981 directorial debut. For one, it stars James Caan as a tough but slick thief/ex-convict, and is based on a 1975 novel that was penned by a real-life jewel thief. Even better, though, is the amazing list of huge stars that make appearances in the film. Willie Nelson, for instance, plays one of Caan's old prison buddies. Then there's the moody, Tangerine Dream-performed, soundtrack, that was far underappreciated in its time. — CG
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