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    ‘The Lighthouse:’ a true masterpiece of madness

‘The Lighthouse:’ a true masterpiece of madness

In 2015, a unique little film broke through the gates of horror mediocrity to deliver quite possibly one of the best psychological horrors of the New Tens: “The VVitch” (yes, it’s spelled like that, look it up). An impressive directorial debut from writer-director Robert Eggers, “The VVitch” combined the oppressive mental deterioration of isolated Puritan settlers with one-of-a-kind dedication to New England folklore and dialect. While Eggers has at least

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    ‘Parasite’ is director Bong Joon-ho’s masterpiece

‘Parasite’ is director Bong Joon-ho’s masterpiece

“They’re nice because they’re rich.” An impoverished and all unemployed family begins taking a peculiar interest in the wealthy Park family until they begin to uncover some very interesting things lurking in the Park’s mansion. To say more about the plot would simply ruin the countless surprises contained within the film and I dare not spoil the slightest thing. It is rare that a film now so consistently surprises, but

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    ‘The King:’ Timothée Chalamet reigns supreme in Henry V role

‘The King:’ Timothée Chalamet reigns supreme in Henry V role

Warning: Spoiler alert! Netflix’s “The King,” directed by David Michôd, portrays the origin story of King Henry V played by renowned Timothée Chalamet. Right off the bat, this is not a lighthearted movie and is not a film you simply watch for fun. Chalamet has demonstrated his acting range the past few years on the big screen with films like “Lady Bird,” “Call Me by Your Name,” “Beautiful Boy” and

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    ‘BoJack Horseman’ gracefully enters its last season

‘BoJack Horseman’ gracefully enters its last season

“BoJack Horseman” entered its last season with a rollercoaster of emotions. In this first batch of episodes for season 6, we’re introduced to a different version of BoJack. A version never shown to the audience before — a sober BoJack Horseman. The show goes as far as skipping its recognizable saxophone intro and is replaced with a montage of him getting involved in rehab, only for that illusion to disappear

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    Top five haunted places in Denton

Top five haunted places in Denton

Goatman’s Bridge  Most residents of Denton are familiar with the tale of Goatman’s Bridge. But if you aren’t, legend says a group of Klansmen murdered a beloved black goat farmer on Old Alton Bridge in 1938. The black goat farmer was endearingly called Goatman by residents of Denton. The Klansmen crossed the bridge with their headlights off and lynched the Goatman off the side of the bridge. Eventually, the Klansmen

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    ‘El Camino’ is an underwhelming sequel

‘El Camino’ is an underwhelming sequel

Warning: spoilers ahead I had a mixed feeling when the “Breaking Bad” sequel “El Camino” was first announced. I was content with having a fantasy of what happened to Jesse Pinkman after “Breaking Bad” ended with a nice, happy ending for him and possible survival of Walter White. A theory that has changed, obviously. The action starts with Jesse in a Chevrolet El Camino, seeking refuge with his friends, Badger

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    THE DOSE: What D.I.Y. Halloween costume is right for you?

THE DOSE: What D.I.Y. Halloween costume is right for you?

Take this quiz to see which easy do it yourself costume you should wear this Halloween! Share your results with us on Twitter (@ntdaily)!

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    Joaquin Phoenix disturbs in intense and grim ‘Joker’ standalone

Joaquin Phoenix disturbs in intense and grim ‘Joker’ standalone

In 1981, impoverished comedian Arthur Fleck will discover the healing power of laughter and become Gotham City’s most infamous supercriminal. Todd Phillip’s “Joker” is one hell of a gripping exercise in misery on the mean streets of Gotham City by way of “Taxi Driver.” Positioning itself as a “real” film instead of the usual blockbuster comic book movie, Phillips has enlisted acclaimed actor Joaquin Phoenix and others with the aim

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    THE DOSE: What should you do in Denton this week?

THE DOSE: What should you do in Denton this week?

Not quite sure what to do with your free time the rest of this week? Take the quiz to find out what you kind of fun you can get into without having to leave town.

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    ‘Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass’ is another excellent coming-of-age story from DC INK

‘Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass’ is another excellent coming-of-age story from DC INK

Teenage Harleen Quinzel teams up with activists and drag queens against gentrification, bigotry, and injustice in a superb coming-of-age tale from writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Steven Pugh. DC Ink has had an uphill mission for an imprint of the Big Two since day one: appealing to a new audience. In this case, their plan is this: deliver standalone tales for beloved characters that don’t have that infamous obstacle of

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