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Frightful flicks set in Texas



For those who are ghouls at heart, the last week of October is that most wonderful time of year — a time for hauntings, Halloween parties, Hershey bars and, of course, horror movies. Some of the scariest fright flicks ever produced were filmed and set in Texas, including Tobe Hooper’... Read more

DFW kid actor gets break in ‘Man With a Plan’



Matthew McCann is clearly a young man with a plan. Read more

‘Walking Dead’ fans’ wait is almost over, but can they take what’s to come?



It’s the episode that Walking Dead Heads have been eagerly dreading for months. Read more

Texas Motion Picture Alliance stages debut awards show


Columbia Pictures

The Texas Motion Picture Alliance, an advocacy group representing film, TV, commercial and video game interests in Texas, is sponsoring its first TXMPA Impact Awards Sunday night at the Live Oak in Fort Worth. Read more

‘American Pastoral’ grazes on the grim things in life



Give Ewan McGregor credit for not starting small. Read more

Clint Black, Jane Seymour to appear at Lone Star Film Festival


Getty Images

Country-music performer Clint Black, Golden Globe winner Jane Seymour and Pete’s Dragon director David Lowery have been announced as special guests at this year’s Lone Star Film Festival, running Nov. 10-13 in Fort Worth. Read more

‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ is on Cruise control

Film Review - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back


Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) will use a gun if the situation calls for it, but he prefers to use his fists. His punches in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back don’t so much land as explode like cannon shots, decimating car windows, cement walls and the faces of his enemie... Read more

Unoriginal ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ has chills


Universal Pictures

For a horror sequel built on a foundation of genre trends, Ouija: Origin of Evil contains far more goofy-spooky fun than one might expect. This prequel to 2014’s Ouija takes the retro approach that has made the “Conjuring... Read more

It’s not worth ‘Keeping Up With the Joneses’


Twentieth Century Fox

A wise person once claimed “Comparison is the thief of joy” — words to keep in mind when impossibly perfect, gorgeous, worldly new neighbors move into the cul-de-sac, as they do in the action-comedy Keeping Up With the Joneses. But those Joneses (... Read more

Presidential Debate Bingo ... Sin City version!


With Election Day less than three weeks away, the third and final presidential debate could get more contentious than ever. Read more

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