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Supernatural spoof ‘Ghostbreakers’ finds the funny in frightening

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Courtesy Ghostbreakers

It was a dark and stormy night when Ghostbreakers first floated into being. Read more

Movie review: ‘Birdman’

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Fox Searchlight

At the beginning of Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), Michael Keaton’s brooding, jittery Riggan Thomson, a Hollywood star faded from view, is in the lotus position, in his underpants, meditating. In his own mind at least (and isn’t that wh... Read more

There’s so much Halloween TV, it’s scary

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NBC

With all the creepy, scary, gory programming on the airwaves every day, television has become like Halloween year-round. Read more

Best football movies: Our top 35 picks

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Legendary Pictures

We narrowed the list to 35, including several Texas-set films and one very classic comedy. Read more

Favorite football movies: Readers’ choice

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Getty Images

We asked our readers and Facebook followers to tell us their favorite football flick and why they love it. Read more

Movie review: ‘23 Blast’

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Ocean Avenue Entertainment

23 Blast tells a fact-based story about a star high school football player in Kentucky who gets a killer infection and ends up, in a matter of hours, completely and irreversibly blind. It’s about a kid without a care in the world, whose entire sense of himself ... Read more

Movie review: ‘John Wick’

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Lionsgate

Ever since The Matrix, Keanu Reeves has tried to reinvent himself as a full-tilt, face-smashing, spine-stomping action star who can kick backside as much any rival from Asia. He comes closest to his goal in John Wick, a martial-arts and au... Read more

Movie review: ‘Dear White People’

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Roadside Attractions

Justin Simien’s Dear White People has made a big splash since hitting the festival circuit earlier this year. Even though racial polarization has been in the news, it’s not something that movies have had the nerve to touch. Read more

Movie review: ‘Ouija’

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Ouija is a dead teenager movie aimed squarely at a teen audience. Read more

Five questions with David Giuntoli of ‘Grimm’

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NBC

This season, his character, Detective Nick Burkhardt, is like a superhero stripped of his powers. Read more

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