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  • Adult & Continuing Education

    WINDSOR LOCKS - Several classes are still open for enrollment at Windsor Locks Adult & Continuing Education which serves those who live or work in Windsor Locks & East Granby. Residents from other towns are also welcome. Classes are held at Windsor...
  • Creepy Crawly Comedy: Allentown's Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim serve up haunting humorous drama in 'Bedtime Stories'

    Tim Heidecker is the first to admit that he developed his love of the macabre while he was growing up in the Allentown area. As a kid, he used to tune into "Twilight Zone" marathons at his home in Salisbury Township and make a beeline to any movie...
  • Tim and Eric bring 'Bedtime Stories' to TV and stage show

    In a recent episode of the new Adult Swim series "Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories," Bob Odenkirk plays a doctor who snaps off compliant patients' toes and then secretly gobbles them down like they were potato chips. Just throw up in your mouth? That's...
  • Dr. Steve Brule, Tim & Eric comic forces to be reckoned with

    Dr. Steve Brule, Tim & Eric comic forces to be reckoned with
    What did you do this past weekend? Chances are it didn't equal the drama spawned by a few men over two chaotic hours of sketch comedy Friday at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Dr. Steve Brule, the crooked-spectacled, mush-mouthed...
  • 'Life After Beth' Review: Aubrey Plaza's Monster More Appealing Than the Romance

    By Inkoo Kang LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - There are some things zombies are innately good at, such as tearing apart flesh with their bare hands, and other things they're quite terrible at, like being sexy. Sorry to say, but your typical zombie just...
  • 'Life After Beth' suffers a slow comedic death from repetition

    'Life After Beth' suffers a slow comedic death from repetition
    Breaking up is hard to do, especially when your girlfriend has gone to the trouble of coming back from the dead. That's the jokey zom-com premise that almost animates "Life After Beth," the directing debut of "I Heart Huckabees" co-writer Jeff Baena....
  • 'Life After Beth' is World War Zach

    'Life After Beth' is World War Zach
    *** (out of four) No, a loved one returning to your house as a zombie isn’t ideal. Then again, as Maury (John C. Reilly) says to Zach (Dane DeHaan) after Maury’s daughter/Zach’s girlfriend Beth (Aubrey Plaza) arrives from the grave,...
  • Despite potential, 'Life After Beth' is just mundane

    Zach loved Beth past tense. But his girlfriend put in her earbuds, trekked off up into the hills, and ... something happened. Because we meet Zach (Dane DeHaan) after her funeral. He's in shock. His parents (Cheryl Hines, Paul Reiser) are ready to move...
  • Tornadoes take a leading role in 'Into the Storm'

    Sometimes bad weather is an important supporting player in the movies. After all, without a thunderclap and a forked bolt of electricity striking his operating-room lightning rod, Dr. Frankenstein never could have shrilled his triumphant, "It's alive! It'...
  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy' wants to be a goofier 'Star Wars'

    The heroes in "Guardians of the Galaxy" see themselves as a bunch of misfits, and they have always been Marvel's B-squad to its A-list all-stars of "The Avengers." But that didn't mean that the first "Guardians" film had to feel so much like a cheeky B-...
  • Next Fest a little taste of Sundance in L.A.

    Next Fest a little taste of Sundance in L.A.
    It's easy to take the richness of Los Angeles film culture for granted, what with the steady stream of festivals, new venues and regular revival screenings. Local film fans now have one more exciting event to add to their calendars. This weekend sees...