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An art house film, "Blow-Up," that pushed buttons for its depiction of swinging '60s London, gets the spotlight on Nov. 2 at American Cinematheque's Aero Theatre. David Hemmings plays a jaded London fashion photographer who witnesses an incident and becomes obsessed with his photography skills in order to solve the mystery.   Read More...
 
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Jake Gyllenhaal reaches into the pocket of his green camouflage cargo pants to pull out his phone and show me a photo of him from the film "Southpaw," in which he plays a fighter. In the picture, the actor has a penetrating stare. He's naked from the waist up, with bulging muscles, sporting a pair of boxing gloves.   Read More...
 
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"Horns" looks like a horror movie. Daniel Radcliffe grows a pair of devilish antlers and supernatural things happen - but that's where the resemblance to the standard-issue fright film ends. "When I read Joe Hill's (source) novel, I was kind of amazed how chapter after chapter was going from dark humor and a great satire on American society to the most romantic supernatural fable ...   Read More...
 
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Expect superheroes, villains and more superheroes to dominate the world as Marvel Studio plans to roll out new films through the summer of 2019. At Disney's El Capitan Theatre, the comic book company's production president Kevin Feige told a horde of superhero lovers that following the Phase Two-ending "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Ant-Man" next year, Phase Three titles would include ...   Read More...
 
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If you are looking for something scary for Halloween, "Nightbreed: The Director's Cut" should do the trick. Clive Barker's original 1990 version was creepy enough, so I can't imagine what else the horror-meister has in store for viewers. I'll leave it to you to find out.   Read More...
 
Universal Pictures
The spirits moved "Ouija" to No. 1 at the box office, with the board-game adaption leading the weekend with a $20 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday. The horror movie release, timed to Halloween, attracted more moviegoers at the North America box office than the violent Keanu Reeves thriller "John Wick."   Read More...
 
 
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