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It’s that time of year again — Twitter feeds and gossip sites are abuzz with speculation.
“American Horror Story” is revolutionizing the way shows are written, produced and presented. The show, which aired its first season last fall to tremendous acclaim by both fans and critics, is formatted as an anthology.
For today, I will depart from the regular movie-based focus of this column due to an amazing TV show recently available on Netflix Watch Instantly: “Freaks and Geeks.”
The first of the Presidential debates aired Wednesday, but the truly thrilling political warfare is on Showtime’s returning hit drama “Homeland.” The show’s second season debuted Sunday, and fans all over America were shocked to discover what secrets were revealed.
Lost in an endlessly growing queue and buried beneath thousands of rows of titles, there are a few hidden Netflix gems.
Directed by Chris Kenneally and produced by actor Keanu Reeves, “Side by Side” premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival to critical acclaim. With interviews with film experts from every level, also conducted by Reeves, the documentary tracks the progression of how films are made and the impact that technological change has on not only film, but on its audience.