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  • There's magic in 'Midnight, Texas' and its charming new take on spooky old stories

    There's magic in 'Midnight, Texas' and its charming new take on spooky old stories

    The curio shop owner is a vampire. The reverend isn’t a werewolf but a weretiger. And the town tattooist? A fallen angel, literally. Rural Midnight, Texas, is where these strange folk go to live in peace, far from the rest of humanity’s prying eyes and sharp pitchforks. Safety in numbers is the...

  • Spanish-language station wins big at the 69th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards

    Spanish-language station wins big at the 69th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards

    Spanish-language broadcaster KVEA took home top honors for morning and afternoon newscasts Saturday night at the 69th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The ceremony, which took place at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, saw a...

  • Christopher Nolan has a complicated history with the Oscars — 'Dunkirk' might end that

    Christopher Nolan has a complicated history with the Oscars — 'Dunkirk' might end that

    Christopher Nolan, the cross-cut-happy auteur behind artistically ambitious, hugely expensive box-office behemoths like “Inception” and the “Dark Knight” trilogy, has never earned an Oscar nomination as a director. Fanboys and some cineastes would call that omission a grievous oversight. Nolan’s...

  • Overrated/Underrated: Your new favorite 'Game of Thrones' villain has arrived

    Overrated/Underrated: Your new favorite 'Game of Thrones' villain has arrived

    UNDERRATED Pilou Asbæk on “Game of Thrones”: With its reputation for loathsome villains well established, “Game of Thrones” is embracing a touch of camp this season with the help of this Danish actor, who portrays the conniving, frequently water-logged Euron Greyjoy. Best known in the U.S. as clean-cut...

  • L.A. film openings, July 28

    L.A. film openings, July 28

    Charlize Theron stars in “Atomic Blonde” and “The Last Face,” while T.J. Miller, James Corden and Maya Rudolph are among the voices in “The Emoji Movie.” Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit,” Al Gore returning to save the planet with the documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” and “Brigsby...

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  • 'Dunkirk,' 'Girls Trip,' 'Il Boom' and more movie picks for July 21

    'Dunkirk,' 'Girls Trip,' 'Il Boom' and more movie picks for July 21

    Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan, Justin Chang and other reviewers. Baby Driver Edgar Wright’s exuberant, one-of-a-kind vehicular-action-thriller-musical-romance stars Ansel Elgort as a tinnitus-afflicted, music-loving getaway driver alongside a superb supporting cast that includes...

  • Gone for 20 years, Slowdive is back — and worth the wait

    Gone for 20 years, Slowdive is back — and worth the wait

    The members of Slowdive never foresaw this twist in their story. Well on their way to becoming a revered footnote in the history of 1990s rock, the seminal English shoegazers are reunited, and even relevant again. After a decades-long hiatus that most everyone figured was forever, the original...

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