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Science and the Horror Genre Have Always Been Intertwined

A new exhibit delves into the Natural History Museum's impressive collection of artifacts from Universal's monster movies
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Take a Tour of the Most Memorable ‘Pulp Fiction’ Filming Locations 25 Years Later

From Butch's apartment in NoHo to the Wallace mansion in Beverly Hills, we revisited the places where Quentin Tarantino's iconic neo-noir unfolded
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A Controversial List of the Greatest Horror Movies of All Time

From 'The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari' to 'Get Out,' these horror classics are more than just scary films
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Inside ‘Mister America’ and Tim Heidecker’s Ill-Fated Run for San Bernardino DA

Heidecker, Gregg Turkington, and director Eric Notornicola talk about the latest entry in the 'On Cinema' universe: a political mockumentary
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A New Film Goes Inside the World of “Thoroughly Evil” Trump Mentor Roy Cohn

A hit new film documents the cruel, closeted life of Roy Cohn, the disgraced lawyer who invented Joe McCarthy...and Donald Trump
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The Triumphant Return of Vidiots Is a Huge Win for Movie Lovers

Executive director Maggie Mackay talks about the nonprofit’s big plans for an old theater in Eagle Rock

KHJ, L.A.’s Coolest AM Radio Station, Is Basically a Background Actor in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”

Did you notice the authentic airchecks and classic DJs throughout Tarantino's latest film?
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These Images of 1960s L.A. Capture a Mythical Moment in History

Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is inspiring a new appreciation for a lost era
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In “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” Tarantino Recreates the Lost L.A. of His Imagination

Hollywood's most self-referential director presents the L.A. we see in our dreams
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In Circus of Books, a Filmmaker Explores How Gay Porn Became Her Family’s Business

The Ryan Murphy-produced doc is more than a eulogy for a gay L.A. landmark, it's a family portrait