J. W. McCormack
'The Close Encounters Man' tells the unlikely story of how the government's astrophysicist debunker became the phenomenon's most expert defender.
In a world of constant internet surveillance, what could go wrong?
'The Executive Coloring Book' was a desperate cry for help about soulless corporate culture that wound up accidentally launching an industry.
We may not get the next 'Infinite Jest,' 'The Color Purple,' or 'A Confederacy of Dunces,' if Trump gets his way.
We talked to the man who plays Lord Varys about his edgy noir 'A Patch of Fog,' shaving his head, and what it's like to not say much.
Framed as a last-ditch appeal to the Trump voter, Michael Moore's documentary on the 2016 election makes a pitch to reluctant liberals and leftists.
Sure, it's the glorious trash fire everyone is saying it is, but there are some redeeming qualities, too.
Slaughterhouse moguls, smarmy vampires, murderers-turned-preachers, shot-off dicks—what's not to like?
Televised nostalgia is the future, and the popular new Netflix show is very, very good at it.