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  • 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 directed by David Lynch and the Coen Brothers.
  • TV Picks: 'None of the Above,' 'The Numbers Game,' 'Doll & Em'

    TV Picks: 'None of the Above,' 'The Numbers Game,' 'Doll & Em'
    "None of the Above" and "The Numbers Game" (National Geographic Channel, Mondays). A brace of stunt-science shows -- edutainment is the word. And is actually a word. (First known use: 1973.) Like the network's "Brain Games" and "Duck Quacks Don't Echo,"...

    Movie review: 'Terri'

    Movie review: 'Terri'
    "Terri," starring newcomer Jacob Wysocki and John C. Reilly, is a lovely lyrical ode to high school misfits and the adults they grow into. Director Azazel Jacobs and screenwriter Patrick deWitt, who shaped the script from a series of deWitt's short...

    Studio on the Run: 'The Office' Star Creed Bratton On New Flick 'Terri'

    Studio on the Run: 'The Office' Star Creed Bratton On New Flick 'Terri'
    Actor Creed Bratton (who stars in The Office) is starring in a new movie Terri. A hit at the Sundance Film Festival, Terri, is a moving and often funny film about the relationship between Terri (Jacob Wysocki), an oversized teen misfit and the loquacious...

    'Terri' review: A provocative glimpse at the perplexing awfulness of being 15 (or older)

    'Terri' review: A provocative glimpse at the perplexing awfulness of being 15 (or older)
    ***1/2 (out of four)   At a time when people notice if you’re “tardy” for things, overweight 15-year-old Terri (Jacob Wysocki) is constantly late for school. Partly because the kid, who exclusively wears pajamas, is solely in charge of...