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Counter Programming: Paranoid '70s Thrillers vs. Art House Horror

Your guide to the best indie films of the weekend—popcorn not included Read more...

Your 2014 Comic-Con Agenda Planned

Besides panels for The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones (who wants to camp out anyway?), here are three things to do each day Read more...

"So You Think You Can Dance," Season 11, Episode 9 Recap: Stellar Group Numbers and Weird Hep-V Vamps

Despite the fun duets, two group numbers steal the show, and two more dancers go home Read more...

You Really Better Call Saul

He wasn't always named "Saul" but Breaking Bad's legal eagle was always sleazy, and now you can dial him up Read more...

Playing Dress-Up: 10 Comic-Con Costumes for the Non-Cosplayer

Because seeing costumed fans in their caped, masked, feathered, and winged Lycra finery is the best part Read more...

Curtain Call: Tim Robbins Brings Shakespeare Back to L.A. After Taking it to China and Italy

A Midsummer Night’s Dream with 14 actors playing Puck is just the start Read more...

How We'll Remember James Garner

The star of Maverick and The Rockford Files passed away this past weekend Read more...

The Rundown: Jon Armstrong

In the past, the jazz musician and composer wrote inaccessible, esoteric compositions. Things have changed. Read more...

Form and Function: Jenny Burman Debuts her New Novel One Chapter at a Time

Written in Cincinnati and set in a mythologized Echo Park, the serialized Veronica Street is free to read—if you don't mind the wait Read more...

Is “The Greatest Event in Television History” Coming Back to TV?

Adam Scott reveals new plans for the short-lived Adult Swim series Read more...

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