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Future Five: Entertainment for the week ahead

Staff writer TIM MITCHELL’s entertainment recommendations for the week ahead:

TUESDAY

Chuck Classics: 'In a Lonely Place'

Before making the penultimate outsider movie "Rebel Without a Cause" in 1955, director Nicholas Ray was cutting his teeth on tales of alienation with the overlooked classic "In a Lonely Place," a compelling and subtly disturbing film featuring one of Humphrey Bogart's great late performances as well as a solid turn from the criminally underrated Gloria Graham.

Richard J. Leskosky: Films that rock

If you still haven't settled on a Halloween costume, have you considered going as a rock? Not scary, you say? Well, actually a fair number of films have featured scary rocks, so you might reconsider.

Most "geology fear" films focus on volcanoes or earthquakes or caverns. But menacing rocks and boulders show up in many films; sometimes they're even animate.

Who lives here? Oct. 18, 2014

Each week on this page, The News-Gazette will show a screen shot of a home from a movie or TV show and ask readers, "Who lives here?" The first person to email wholiveshere@news-gazette.com with a person who resides in the featured home will get a shout-out in next week's section. Be sure to include your full name and town of residence.

Entertainment listings, Oct. 16-23, 2014

A listing of events, provided by the venues. Here are 

Chuck Koplinski: 'Fury' gets war film's job done, but little else

Perhaps my expectations for David Ayer's "Fury" were a bit too high.

Film capsules, Oct. 16, 2014

Summaries and mini-reviews of movies playing now, from e3 magazine:

'Gone Girl' tops box office for second weekend

SANDY COHEN, AP Entertainment Writer

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Four new films couldn't catch "Gone Girl" at theaters this weekend.

Who lives here? Oct. 11, 2014

Each week, The News-Gazette will show a screen shot of a home from a movie or TV show and ask readers, "Who lives here?"

Film capsules, Oct. 9, 2014

Summaries and mini-reviews of movies playing now, from e3 magazine: