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Film review: 'Black Panther' dethrones Marvel’s best with game-changing ideals
"Black Panther" is a formidable level-up for the already super-charged Marvel Studios.
Real-life heroes portray themselves in Eastwood’s ‘15:17 to Paris’
Film review: ‘15:17 to Paris’ boards with needless baggage
DVD reviews: ‘Friday the 13th’ collection unleashes hell before cupid’s holiday
Valentine's Day approaches. Why not enjoy some definitive American horror films for the holiday.
Film review: 'Basmati Blues' lacks substance, strong storytelling
Here's a movie that Brie Larson made before she found fame. It's called Basmati Blues, and it's been on the shelf since 2012.
Fest to screen films at Movie Tavern
Thin Line Fest, a documentary film, music and photography festival, expands this year. A new partnership with Denton Movie Tavern will add two of the cinema's screens to the festival.
DCT goes back to high school in 'Heathers'
The dark side of the gloom: Phoebe Bridgers isn't afraid to sing about scary things
DVD reviews: ‘Bad Moms’ sequel lacks the cheerful spirit of its original
Just when you thought the holidays were over, STX Entertainment releases "A Bad Moms Christmas."
Director blends history, film to tell story of slave escape
Over 11 days in 2015, director Charles K. Campbell recreated the escape of a group of slaves from Kentucky. The resulting film, 'All or Nothin',' screens Saturday at the Denton Black Film Festival.
Video game party QuakeCon will be twice as big when it returns to Grapevine in August
We're Denton Dammit - February 15, 2018
Film review: Third ‘Maze Runner’ can't cure franchise turmoil
'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' looks gorgeous, but loses tread early on.