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Movie review: The eerie, unabashed ‘Lighthouse’ illuminates the broken psyches of two men

The words "elevated horror" have recently spurred debate and defensiveness among cinephiles, particularly those who reject the notion that horror needed elevating in the first place. But "The …

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Television

‘Stranger Things’ gets a fourth season; Duffer brothers get a big Netflix deal

It's happening: "Stranger Things" is getting a fourth season to chronicle the sci-fi exploits of Eleven and her crew _ and further heighten your sense of 1980s nostalgia. Netflix on Monday …

Books
Review: ‘The Way Through the Woods,’ by Long Litt Woon When Malaysian-born anthropologist Long Litt Woon's lodestar, her beloved husband Eiolf Olsen, fell over dead in 2010, she was left shellshocked by sorrow, and largely isolated in her adopted …
‘Year of the Monkey’ review: Patti Smith reflects on a pivotal year in her life "The things that transport us can be so random," muses singer-songwriter Patti Smith in her autobiographical book "Year of the Monkey." She is referring to a moment when the simple observation of a …
Review: Ronan Farrow’s ‘Catch and Kill’ reveals a spy story and portraits of perseverance At first, I wasn't sure I wanted to read Ronan Farrow's book. I didn't want to spend hours with a revolving cast of powerful men accused of doing unspeakable things to women, with impunity or the …
Review: ‘The Girl Who Reads on the Metro,’ by Christine Feret-Fleury This quirky little novel is part fable, part romance, and wholly a love letter to books. Juliette works in a realty office in Paris with her friend Chloe _ an uninspired job that she carries out …