'Joker' Is a Terrifyingly Realistic Window Into White Terrorism
We need to reckon with how closely Todd Phillips's villain mirrors real-life mass shooters, and the poisonous ideologies they subscribe to.
The First 35 Mins of ‘Wall-E’ Is Still the Best Thing Pixar Has Ever Done
Ten years later, here's why 'Wall-E' was so special.
Method Man Gives Us Some Brilliant Work Advice
A 'rapper' move cost him a job on an HBO series, and Cliff 'Method Man' Smith says he learned a tough lesson about how to be a pro.
'Game of Thrones' Ended in the Worst Way Possible
In 'The Iron Throne,' the final episode of 'Game of Thrones,' nearly every decision was the wrong one.
'Game of Thrones' Ruined Nearly Every Character
In 'The Bells,' the shocking penultimate episode of 'Game of Thrones,' nearly every character comes to the end of their journey, in ways that make almost no sense.
After Eight Seasons, No One on 'Game of Thrones' Has Learned a Thing
'The Last of the Starks' was a reminder that our favorites are growing dumber with each passing episode.
Unanswered Questions from the Biggest ‘Game of Thrones’ Episode Yet
The much anticipated ‘The Long Night’ was stunning, but not always in a good way.
Did the Marvel Cinematic Universe Help or Hinder Its Actors' Careers?
As 'Avengers: Endgame' marks the end of some characters and the beginning of new franchises, we examined how the MCU impacted the careers of its beloved heroes.
‘Game of Thrones’ Went Back to Being a Good Show in Its Season Premiere
While season seven of GoT brought disappointment for some viewers, season eight’s ‘Winterfell’ reminded us of the show's roots.
Everything You Need to Know Before 'Game of Thrones' Season Eight
A deep dive into the motivations and means of the HBO show's last remaining characters.
Films from 1999 Did the End of the World Right
It was a year when filmmakers sent out their last dispatches before the apocalypse—full of failing, dying, and learning.
Eric Andre Isn’t as Confident as You Think He Is
We spoke to the comedian about the relationship between fear and comedy.