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Civil Rights-era horror classic 'Night of the Living Dead' still resonates

Spoiler alert, just in case you are concerned with that sort of thing: "Night Of The Living Dead" ends with its main character, a black man named Ben (Duane Jones), surviving a night battling zombies and arguing with a bunch of selfish, hysterical white people who all eventually turn into zombies...

  • Summer Movies

    Summer Movies

    “Captain America: Civil War” Now Playing The increasingly insipid Disney run of Marvel movies comes to an end with “Captain America: Civil War,” based on the mid-2000s Marvel comic book series which pitted the freedom-from-big government Captain America (Chris Evans) against the pro-government...

  • Guns, Drugs, and Cat-Nip: Key and Peele's 'Keanu' counters the dour summer movie slate

    Guns, Drugs, and Cat-Nip: Key and Peele's 'Keanu' counters the dour summer movie slate

    directed by Peter Atencio, now playing

  • 'No Home Movie': Chantal Akerman's final film

    'No Home Movie': Chantal Akerman's final film

    While the USC Shoah Foundation is spending god knows how much on 3-D holograms of oral testimony from Holocaust survivors for future generations, as of 2016, tens of thousands of survivors—in Israel of all places—are living in poverty. The Foundation isn't entirely responsible, that's a failing,...

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Gamer's Grammar: 'Fallout 4' asks what would Rick Grimes build?

Westerns are called Westerns for a reason. The genre revels in its environment as much as it does its characters and plot. In some ways, the environment is the main character—often times trying to kill the protagonist with scorching heat. Local award-winning game studio Bethesda Softworks understands...

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