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Beauty and the beast: 'Shape of Water' a fable about love beyond words
As the father of dark, lyrical fantasies, filmmaker Guillermo del Toro is a master of creating visually stimulating worlds filled with terror and wonder. 'The Shape of Water' is his latest dark and poetic work.
'Bad Idea' gets limited run in Dallas
DVD reviews: 'Misery' returns to hammer into your dreams with an effective white-knuckler
All is bright with Scream Factory’s restoration of ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’
Shelve that Christmas cheer for now. 'Silent Night, Deadly Night" slashes and chops its way onto DVD just before the holidays.
Contained sci-fi explodes with character-driven drama
Norwegian director takes his time telling the story of a Christian college student undone by a same-sex attraction and the onset of strange powers in 'Thelma.'
Pixar sketch artist draws from upbringing to design ‘Coco’
Ana Ramirez poured her love of her Mexican home - and her skill - into the Dia De Los Muertos-inspired Pixar film 'Coco.'
Denton school board reaffirms vote to rename Lee Elementary for Alice Alexander
Audit shows Denton Municipal Electric traders have not kept up with market
Dickens of a dull movie recalls making of Christmas classic
It looks rich, but the tale of how Charles Dickens created 'A Christmas Carol' is all filling.
Film review: DC's story strikes out, comedy and energy play ball
'Justice League' presents a tangled story, but with lots of pep.
TWU commencement ceremonies set for Friday, Saturday
Commissioners consider Confederate monument survey, recognize longtime employee
‘Lady Bird’ nests in your heart with profound coming-of-age tale
For filmmaker Greta Gerwig, pop culture consumption feels like 'a disease.'