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    Daily Reads: Why Horror Sequels Suck, How 'Interstellar' Bungles the Human Drama and More

    Plus: why DC is beating Marvel at its own game, and whether inclusiveness encroaches upon "masculine culture."

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    Daily Reads: Why There's No Objective Criticism, Jennifer Lawrence As Hollywood's Biggest Female Star

    Plus: some underseen Asian horror films, and why Steven Spielberg's "A.I." is a misunderstood classic.

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    Daily Reads: 'The Blair Witch Project' Beyond the Hype, What Marvel Needs to Do to Be Truly Diverse and More

    Plus: The battle against motion smoothing, and how "John Wick" restores faith in violent movies.

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    Daily Reads: Christopher Nolan's Hymn to Human Connection, Movie Wives Who Died to Make Drama for Their Husbands and More

    Plus: the complete field guide to the facial expressions of Keanu Reeves, and the ultimate act of hope on "The Walking Dead."

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    Daily Reads: The Best Horror Movies Since 'The Shining,' 'Gravity' Post-Hype, and More

    Plus: A fresh visit to 'Pee-Wee's Playhouse,' and the actor as screen object.

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    Daily Reads: 'Mulholland Dr.' as a Great Horror Film, 'Black-ish' and Spanking and More

    Plus: the brilliant fake novels of "Listen Up Philip," and the way movies and video games use gun silencers is bullshit.

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    Daily Reads: The Scariest Episodes of 'The Twilight Zone', How and Why We Talk About Celebrity Plastic Surgery and More

    Plus: six steps to write a terrible but successful horror movie, and actors remember their horror movie deaths.

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    Daily Reads: Why 'Dear White People's' Lack of Answers is the Point, Michael Keaton Fits In By Playing Misfits and More

    Plus: the Washington Post says "Kill the Messenger" subject Gary Webb was no hero, and why "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is so funny even during a time of NYPD scandal.

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    Daily Reads: Lena Dunham Has It All, 'Fight Club' Fan Theories and More

    Plus: ESPN has to kill the cable bundle package, and why it's time for Kalinda to leave "The Good Wife."

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