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    TV Recap: ‘Westworld’ 3×6 – ‘Decoherence’

    Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) created madness throughout the world in last week’s “Genre,” but her enemies continue to make their moves. The battle for control of Dellos takes center stage in “Decoherence,” directed by Jennifer Getzinger. Serac’s here to make moves, but Tessa Thompson‘s Hale-Dolores stands in his way. William (Ed Harris), a.k.a. The Man […] More

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    What’s on TV? – Sunday (6/2/2019) – Zombies, Cops and Conmen Get Their Moment in the Sun

    Summer’s just around the corner, so it’s time to say goodbye to all the spring shows that have just had their season (or series) finale. There’s a new crop of television shows that are getting started this week, with zombies, supernatural monsters, crime thrillers, and Renaissance fair hijinks. If audiences still have that deflated feeling […] More

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    A24 Pushes Back ‘Under the Silver Lake’ All the Way to December

    Last month, the Cannes Film Festival saw the debut of one of the year’s more anticipated independent titles. The movie in question was David Robert Mitchell‘s “Under the Silver Lake.” His follow up to “It Follows,” many had pegged this one as a possible Oscar player. Well, one very mixed reaction at Cannes later, and […] More

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    Cannes 2018: ‘Under the Silver Lake’ Reactions Range from Love to Hate

    David Robert Mitchell’s neo-noir “Under the Silver Lake” premiered at Cannes on Wednesday to mixed reactions. The film stars Andrew Garfield as Sam, a young man who becomes obsessed with the disappearance of his neighbor. She is played by Riley Keough. The film also stars Topher Grace, Sydney Sweeney, Jimmi Simpson, and Grace Van Patten. […] More

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    AAFCA Announces Inaugural Day at City Hall

    The African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) announced they are partnering with Los Angeles City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson to present the first AAFCA Day at City Hall. The inaugural event will take place Friday, April 27 as a way to honor productions that “put a spotlight on Los Angeles life highlighting its residents and locations […] More