My Favourite Soundtrack
How Twilight Ushered in a New Dawn For Movie Soundtracks
Ten years since its release, we look back on the soundtrack that brought indie acts like Bon Iver and St Vincent to the mainstream.
Unhinged Glamour: Why Hollywood's New Take on the Bad Girl Is Good for Women
Why should women be the only ones who can't be unhinged and fabulous?
Gilmore Girls Deserves To Be Remembered as More Than Just Feelgood Fluff
The family saga is returning to Netflix for a seventh season. Hopefully now it will be remembered as more than just a source of Rory reaction GIFs.
Witches and Rebellious Women: Why 'The Craft' Continues to Kick Ass
Nineteen years after its release and we're all still dressing like this coven of misfits. We map the movie's music, style, and abiding appeal.
Popped Collars, Skinny Jeans, and The Pussycat Dolls: WTF Was Up with Fashion in 2005?
Maybe if we could see out from under our asymmetric haircuts, we'd have realized how terrible we looked.
The Enduring Appeal of 'The Virgin Suicides'
It remains Sofia Coppola's finest film—the perfect melding of sound and vision, teen passion and inexplicable tragedy, and plenty of 70s sartorial flair.
VICE vs Video games
I've Known 'The Secret of Monkey Island' for 25 Years and I'm Still in Love
A love letter from Summer Camp singer Elizabeth Sankey to her favourite game of all time.
The Greatest Things Of All Time
Björk's New Album 'Vulnicura' Is Like Bill Murray, So It's Got That Going for It
Which is nice.
Longreads Or Whatever
Why the Legacy of 'Almost Famous' Will Never Die (Hint: the Clothes)
Blame Penny Lane for festival fashion.
The Score: Mapping the Music and Style of 'My So-Called Life'
"This life has been a test. If it had been an actual life, you would have received instructions on where to go and what to do…"