Romantic scenes are now my "touch porn," allowing me to imagine the warmth of human contact again.
As Doctor Strange rightly said, “We’re in the Endgame now.”
Women in Indian horror films are no longer just seductive ghosts or vessels for demonic possession. They’re also commenting on social issues and telling their stories in newer ways.
Here’s your chance to live in the world of Ghibli.
Film industry workers and union reps told VICE that production during the pandemic is going to be risky, expensive, and ruled by compromise.
The Bollywood superstar's latest offering is one in the line of many worthy causes overshadowed by his ego.
“Not all of us who are effeminate are vulgar and cheap and will rub our butts in your faces.”
The less than tasteful call out is trying to attract people with "face burns... acne scars... any deformities... [or] missing limbs".
We look at Asian films and TV shows that have taken steps towards diversity.
The Netflix film finds four Black Vietnam War veterans wrestling with the irony of fighting for freedom in a country synonymous with our bondage.
Now you can pretend to live in the Park mansion too.
“Akash in Dil Chahta Hai might've been celebrated back then, but is essentially what you’d call a fuckboy today.”