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ESSENTIAL “WITCH” MOVIES FOR HALLOWEEN

By Alan Hurst Witches have always intrigued me. Whether it was watching the TV series Bewitched as a kid, touring the sites of Salem, Massachusetts (home of the infamous Salem witch trials) on a road trip, reading Arthur Miller’s The Crucible in school, or a first viewing of Rosemary’s Baby (1968), the mere idea of…

Review: Downton Abbey (2019)

By Alan Hurst It’s tea and crumpet time at the movies. This weekend saw the North American opening of the long-awaited big screen continuation of Downton Abbey, the massively popular British drama that garnered huge ratings around the globe and 15 Emmys during it’s six-season run from 2010 to 2015. It also amassed a particularly…