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The historical dramedy with a lurid Lanthimos twist opens in the Triangle today. more

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Luckily, Raleigh's Alamo Drafthouse is one of the limited number of theaters showing the film starting December 14. Get tickets soon or get thee to Netflix. more

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse opens on Friday, Dec. 14. more

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photo by Barry Wetcher/MGM/Warner Bros.

Michael B. Jordan gives a knockout performance, but this is dime-store Shakespeare. more

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The title refers to The Negro Motorist Green Book, a guide for African-American travelers published in the days of segregation and sundown laws. more

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Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley's film screens in the festival at The ArtsCenter on Saturday night. more

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs premieres in select theaters and on Netflix this Friday, Nov. 16. more

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We don't see a lot of indie sci-fi on the big screen here, but this one, featuring Jay Duplass, is landing in Cary. more

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photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight

In her first big dramatic role, comic actor Melissa McCarthy makes the most of a muddled characterization of a real-life literary forger. more

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Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in a wonderfully acted but sometimes clumsily told story of a great writer wrecked by a cruel culture. more

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The long-running, diverse independent film festival returns to Wilmington for five days starting Nov. 7. more

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Photo by Alessio Bolzoni for Amazon Studios

The Call Me by Your Name director's update of Dario Argento's seminal occult thriller opens Friday, Nov. 2. more

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Hill's love letter to the nineties opens on Friday, Oct. 26. more

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Haddonfield, 2018: It's been thirty years since Michael Myers last stalked Laurie Strode, and no one can move on. more

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Better than any other film, First Man conveys the folly of the early space program as well as the majesty and courage. more

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Greene discusses his acclaimed docu-fiction film, in which small-town citizens reenact hundred-year-old sins, before tomorrow's Alamo Drafthouse screenings. more

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We speak with local producer Ben Wiessner in advance of the film's regional premiere at Alamo Drafthouse. more

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The film, said to be Redford's last as an actor, opens Friday, Oct. 19. more

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The storm of the century and the storm of fall arts land simultaneously this week. Let's weather the former and sort through the latter together. more

Arts & Culture

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Plus, our editor’s picks for seven movies you can’t miss this fall. more

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