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If I had to categorize it, Robert Zemeckis’s (“Forrest Gump”) “The Witches” would fall under the Halloween movie category of bizarrely-creepy-kids-movies-that-somehow-make-audiences-enjoy-them.

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When biologist and statistician J.B.S. Haldane was asked by theologians what insights could be drawn about the Creator from the study of His creation, he allegedly replied “an inordinate fondness for beetles.”

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Sacha Baron Cohen (“The Dictator”) strikes again in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” Fourteen years after the original “Borat” was released, Baron Cohen takes the satirical and cynical main character to Texas.

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Halloween is a month-long celebration that spans decades of movie history, from Southern Gothic to psychothriller. The film beat decided to embrace this history, dedicating each week of October to a different time period in horror.

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On the night of Aug.

All this to say, the Japanese horror film “Ring” and the technological anxieties it taps into may be as timely as ever.

Halloween is a month-long celebration that spans decades of movie history, from Southern Gothic to psychothriller. The Film Beat decided to embrace this history, dedicating each week of October to a different time period in horror.

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Welcome back to the Film Beat’s series on Disney Channel Original Movies, or DCOMs for short.

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Halloween is a month-long celebration that spans decades of movie history, from Southern Gothic to psychothriller. The film beat decided to embrace this history, dedicating each week of October to a different time period in horror.

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Indie as well as mainstream films featuring LGBTQ+ characters and plotlines are becoming more and more common, set in a variety of times and places for a larger breadth of stories.

For this installment of our October Halloween and horror series, the Film Beat looks at the 1972 Italian film,  ‘Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key.’

This article contains spoilers from the film “Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key.”