THE HOLZER FILES 10 p.m. on Travel Channel. Hans Holzer was a prolific ghost hunter. By the time of his death, in 2009, he had written well over 100 books on paranormal subjects, the product of international travels and troves of research. Holzer sought out subjects who believed they had experienced paranormal phenomena. This series, produced with the involvement of one of Holzer’s daughters, looks back at some of his work. It centers on a paranormal investigator, a medium and a researcher, who revisit some of the cases Holzer once looked into. First up: a historic (and possibly haunted) house in Rye, N.Y. Remastering won't save some of these vintage music videos from their own absurdity, but it does make them look better.
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Log InANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER at New York Live Arts (through Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m.). This choreographer became highly regarded for hypnotic minimalist works before Beyoncé borrowed her moves and well before she was tapped to choreograph a new “West Side Story” on Broadway this season. The first, in 1982, was “Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich,” which comes to New York Live Arts starting on Tuesday. Composed of three duets and a solo, “Fase” mimics the propulsive repetitions of Reich’s score with simple gestures and small shifts in timing that, when amplified and multiplied, become complex and profound. 212-691-6500, newyorklivearts.org Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.