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  • L.A. movie openings, Oct. 20

    L.A. movie openings, Oct. 20

    Todd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck” and Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Killing of a Sacred Deer” highlight the limited releases. The firestorm drama “Only The Brave,” with Josh Brolin and Jeff Bridges, “The Snowman,” a thriller starring Michael Fassbender, “Geostorm,” an environmental disaster film starring Gerard...

  • Calendar Letters: Tom Petty broke our hearts

    Calendar Letters: Tom Petty broke our hearts

    Petty interview is a salve I just listened to the last interview. What a gift. That should be transcribed and edited as a textbook on how to be a great musical artist and songwriter. He lays it all out, it’s all there about music, managers, playing live, the science of playing bass in a large concert...

  • TV This Week, Oct. 15-21: 'Berlin Station,' 'George Michael: Freedom' and more

    TV This Week, Oct. 15-21: 'Berlin Station,' 'George Michael: Freedom' and more

    SUNDAY “The Durrells in Corfu” are back for a second season of the period drama set on that Greek isle and airing on “Masterpiece.” With Keeley Hawes. 8 p.m. KOCE A widowed woman’s former mother-in-law objects to her tying the knot with a new man in the new thriller “Psycho In-Law.” With Katie...

  • How the movies transformed theme park haunted mazes into blockbusters

    How the movies transformed theme park haunted mazes into blockbusters

    Six years ago, director Eli Roth pulled on a costume from his film "Hostel" and staged an impromptu performance inside the film's maze at Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights. "He showed up, he had the costume from the movie, and he acted in every single scene in the maze for over an hour,"...

  • In Boston Court's 'With Love and a Major Organ,' she gave him her heart, quite literally

    In Boston Court's 'With Love and a Major Organ,' she gave him her heart, quite literally

    A heart given away can be tough to recover — a risk explored with considerable charm in the West Coast premiere of “With Love and a Major Organ,” Canadian playwright Julia Lederer’s romantic fable at Theatre @ Boston Court in Pasadena. There’s an appropriately childlike innocence in the young author’s...

  • Has horror become the movie genre of the Trump era?

    Has horror become the movie genre of the Trump era?

    In one of the scarier moments of “It,” Andy Muschietti’s smash-hit movie adaptation of the 1986 Stephen King novel, seven kids survey a map of their Maine hometown, searching for clues that will help them battle the child-murdering clown known as Pennywise. The slide projector they’re using suddenly...

  • The Moviegoer, Oct. 15-21

    The Moviegoer, Oct. 15-21

    Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA at the Academy As a teenager, America Ferrera made an impressive big-screen debut in Real Women Have Curves, a 2002 coming-of-age comedy-drama set on the eastside of L.A. Ferrera’s Ana faces the usual challenges of being a teen — grappling with body-image issues and...

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