Film & TV

The horror spoof "Moose," made in Wasilla, may not be the greatest Alaska movie of all time, but it's probably the funniest.

Mike Dunham

The red carpet will roll out on Friday, April 24 at Valley Cinema in Wasilla when the Mat-Su showhouse hosts the world premiere of a new movie, "Moose: The Movie" 

Mike Dunham
"Tundra" cartoonist Chad Carpenter's wacky film about a killer moose terrifying a quirky Alaska town will open at Valley Cinema in Wasilla on Friday, April 24.Mike Dunham
According to the Facebook page of the face of Alaska marijuana legalization, Anchorage’s most notorious quitter and potential criminal Charlo Greene is maybe getting her own reality TV show.Emily Fehrenbacher
Despite the ominous fiscal future of our state, the reality TV industry isn’t quitting on us just yet.Emily Fehrenbacher
I received an email with this subject line: “Emily, I just read your column this morning. Any advice about turning 'Alaska’s Ice Age Mammoths Return' into a feature film? Any interest in actually reading it? Thanks, Tom.”Emily Fehrenbacher
In “Anchorage Is…” the presentation is that of a large selfie, a giddy, what-a-party-we’re-having glance at the expected highlights of Anchorage history. As a historical documentary, the movie’s omissions are glaring.Peter Porco
This is one of the most dramatic Alaska shows out there. It combines the Alaskana, Wild West-type drama that many shows like to exploit, but it also has typical reality TV tropes. Emily Fehrenbacher
I wanted to believe that legendary mountain climber Vern Tejas, original chest hair champion Marty Raney and hipster sunglass-wearing wilderness racer Tyler Johnson could pull it out for all of us Alaskans, but this season has proved that “Ultimate Survival Alaska” is less about survival and more about having working, young knees.Emily Fehrenbacher
The owners of the 4th Avenue Theatre want to incorporate parts of the defunct movie house in a downtown Anchorage complex that includes a 28-story tower combining housing and a hotel.Mike Dunham