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‘The Walking Dead’ goes insane in the membrane


Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

The highly rated zombie drama returns Sunday with what its makers say is the most intense season yet Read more

Movie review: ‘The Judge’


Warner Bros./Village Roadshow

The Judge, a drama about family dysfunction and coming together under hard circumstances, pulls at the heartstrings so hard and so long that it feels more like a tug-of-war. Read more

Meet the meteorologist: Lisa Villegas of CBS 11



Without a lot of fanfare, Lisa Villegas joined the KTVT/Channel 11 weather team in September, making her on-air debut Oct. 4 as the meteorologist for the station’s weekend-morning newscast. As Read more

Movie review: ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’

Film Review Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very


Life for a pre-teen has always been rough, and the perennial refrain of “parents just don’t understand” gets louder and more consistent during the teenage years. Read more

Movie review: ‘Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead’


Well Go USA

Five years ago, a little Scandinavian zombie movie made waves among horror fans: Dead Snow, in which defrosted yet still undead German soldiers from World War II terrorize a group on a ski vacation in contemporary Norway. It essentially ripped pages from Read more

Movie review: ‘Men, Women & Children’


Paramount Pictures

Men, Women & Children, an existential hand-wringing masquerading as an ensemble drama, suggests it’s going to have some Deep Thoughts about The Way We Live Now Read more

Movie review: ‘Pump’

You might say husband-and-wife documentarians Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell have found their niche, or at least an obsession. The pair has made three small movies about the hazards of America’s oil addiction, and before that Joshua made two others: Fields... Read more

New titles added to Lone Star Film Festival lineup


Music Box Films

More movies have been announced for this year’s Lone Star Film Festival in Fort Worth. Read more

Cristela Alonzo takes a giant leap — with laughter



Cristela Alonzo is living the American Dream. Read more

Movie review: ‘Dracula Untold’



So it wasn’t the rains that kept the Turks from getting their cannons to Vienna, seizing the city and ending Western Civilization in the late 15th/early 16th centuries. Read more

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