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40 Nights at the Movies (in the Comfort of Your Home): The Franchise

Back by popular demand! Recommendations from "40 Nights at the Movies" will keep you, your dog and your elephant glued to the couch for months.

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‘3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets’: Loss and Resolve in the Jordan Davis Murder

Three years ago, Jordan Davis was shot and killed at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida. He was 17 years old. The man who shot him

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The Blacklist: Season 3, Episode 8 - “Kings of the Highway”

The producers end the first half of season three with a great episode that promises interesting developments when it returns in January.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 8 - “Restraint”

Diane said it best: Money isn't everything, but it sure is something -- especially in this seventh season's eighth episode.

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The Frankenstein Chronicles: Series 1, Episode 2 - “Seeing Things”

This week, fairy tales, myths, horror, and reality collide. William Blake doesn't make it to the end; but will you?

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Gotham: Season 2, Episode 9 - “A Bitter Pill to Swallow”

Returning to a characteristically meandering, unfocused plot, this week's Gotham is at least punctuated by the promise of a fiendish friendship.

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iZombie: Season 2, Episode 7 - “Abra Cadaver”

The humor in the episode works precisely because it feels like the show is taking a breath in the middle of a season that’s been unapologetically serious and bleak, despite its moments of humor and silliness.

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Reel World: An Anthropology of Creation

Drawing from years of fieldwork with Tamil filmmakers, artists, musicians, and craftsmen in "Kollywood", Reel World explores what happens to life when everything begins to look and feel like cinema.

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Arrow: Season 4, Episode 6 - “Lost Souls”

Ray Palmer is alive and in trouble, but does Oliver even care?

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‘The Safecracker’ Breaks the War Wide Open

A field day, and parachute drop, for Ray Milland.

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The Good Wife: Season 7, Episode 7 - “Driven”

Through the years, Alicia has figured out what she always needed to learn. And now that she's learned it... .

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‘Difret’ Is the Story of Many Represented by the Story of One

Executive produced by Angelina Jolie Pitt, Difret is not one woman's story. Instead, it focuses on people cooperating across generations and classes to resist injustice against women.

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The Blacklist: Season 3, Episode 7 - “Zal Bin Hasaan”

Mozhan Marnò’s turn as Samar Navabi stands out among an outstanding ensemble cast; now, if only Jon Bokenkamp can figure out what the hell to do with Elizabeth Keen.

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‘The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray’ Boldly Goes Where No Reasoning Mortal Has Gone Before

Robert Schnakenberg provides a humorous string of golden informational nuggets about the existence and philosophy of one of the world’s least understood and most fascinating weirdos.

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Gotham: Season 2, Episode 8 - “Tonight’s the Night”

Barbara’s back, baby, crazy and completely captivating; it’s about time!

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The Frankenstein Chronicles: Series 1, Episode 1 - “A World Without God”

The Frankenstein Chronicles is not a lumbering monster, but a finely crafted, dark Georgian mystery.

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DOC NYC 2015: ‘Left on Purpose’ + ‘Missing People’

These two films at DOC NYC look at loss and memory, trauma and generosity.

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iZombie: Season 2, Episode 6 - “Max Wager”

“Max Wager” continues to build on a season that’s clearly shaping up to be better than the last.

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Arrow: Season 4, Episode 5 - “Haunted”

"Haunted" is Arrow at its most fun thanks to a delightful appearance from John Constantine.

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The Blacklist: Season 3, Episode 6 - “Sir Crispin Crandall”

More high-level bad-assery and a chase scene set to Golden Earring's "Radar Love" prove that The Blacklist is back to doing what it does best.

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Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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