Let’s Stop Taking Financial Advice from Boomers in 2019
‘Bad With Money’ author Gaby Dunn on the industries and lifestyles millennials supposedly killed in 2018.
Netflix Went Overboard on Cheap Holiday Movies and You Can Too
If your goal is to turn off your brain and coast into 2019, here’s the unadulterated schmaltz you’re looking for.
HBO's 'Succession' Was the Most Realistic TV Show of 2018
This show about mediocre rich assholes is one of the most relevant and bingeable series of the year.
What Prestige TV Can Learn from the First 'X-Files' Movie
Twenty years on, we should see more ambitious shows making a jump to the big screen.
Let’s Unpack the Infowars Claim that Netflix Inspired Austin Bombings
The pro-gun movement is trying to put an astoundingly stupid spin on a much-needed conversation, and we shouldn’t play along.
The Rise of the Straight-to-Netflix Hot Mess Movie
‘Bright’ and ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ have survived—nay, thrived on—bad reviews in ways that weren’t possible a few years ago.
There Are People Who Seriously Practice the Jedi Religion
Real-world Jedi have found a community and guiding (ahem) force in pop culture entertainment.
In a Phenomenally Bad Year, ‘Logan Lucky’ Was One of Few Truly Good Things
Steven Soderbergh didn't put his ‘retirement’ on pause for just any old movie.
Why I Risked My Life Making a Movie in Afghanistan
Tarique Qayumi had to shoot ‘Black Kite’ covertly to avoid attracting unwanted attention from the Taliban.
The Best Punisher Movie Was the One Nobody Watched
Netflix’s ‘The Punisher’ has more to live up to than you might think.
The Original 'Riverdale' Was Horrible
We watched NBC’s first attempt at a live-action Archie, which was hilariously bad but maybe a few plot points can be salvaged.
Meet the New ‘Final Girls’ of Horror
Netflix’s The Babysitter is the latest addition to a new cycle of killer women.