Superficially, this is a horror movie, although its distinct lack of such important elements as mounting suspense and genuine scares forces us to think otherwise.
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The best television programs of 2014.
An interview with Sienna Miller, star of "Foxcatcher" and "American Sniper."
An interview with Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes, directors of "Two Days, One Night."
A TV review of the SyFy mini-series "Ascension."
A review of Netflix's "Marco Polo" and commentary on how the company is treading water when they should be creatively leading.