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A look back at adaptations of the master’s work — and a look ahead to the upcoming film “The Raven.”
We also find tweaks to Ebert’s top ten, accolades for Samuel L. Jackson, and the latest reviews of ‘The Raven’ in our news roundup.
Also in today’s roundup: progress in the “Bully” rating wars, a glimpse ahead at 2012′s lesser-known treasures, and a few words in defense of Edgar Allen Poe.
Also in our daily roundup, Heather O’Rourke tribute videos and the reason Roger Ebert is kvetching.
Today’s roundup of movie and lit links, served up with a helping of Halloween cheesecake.
No matter what you call them — the undead, living dead, reanimated, returners, infected, walkers, rotters, or just the z-word — zombies are upon us.
In this spoiler-heavy exercise in imagination, Word & Film casts Disney favorites from Eeyore to Cruella with current Downton Abbey characters.
Everything in ‘Mad Men’ is freighted with meaning — so here’s what we’re gleaning from the featured books and author quotes.
We’re looking at the brand-new trailer for the adaptation of Tracy Letts’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, starring Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor … the list goes on and on.
Also on this Wednesday, an uncomfortable Shakespearean situation, why Zach Braff wants your money, and proposed role reversal for ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2.’
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