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.
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 are a guiding force.
The Martin Scorsese Joker Film Could Save Superhero Movies from Themselves
With Warner Brothers planning a new line of not-so-canonical DC movies, there’s a real possibility some of them could be good.
Montreal Pit Bull Owners Are Freaking Out as Ban Comes into Effect
Hundreds of owners received letters saying they have four weeks to get rid of their dogs or leave the city.
What the ‘Wonder Woman’ Effect Means for Stuntwomen
Two stunt performers talked to us about the changing face of the entertainment industry.
Meet the Queer Filmmaker Who Did Feminist Wrestling Before ‘Glow’
Pakistani-Canadian comedian and screenwriter Fawzia Mirza told us about the real-life ex that inspired her award-winning new feature ‘Signature Move.’
We Caught Up with the Director of 'Tank Girl' to Talk 'Wonder Woman'
Cult filmmaker Rachel Talalay had plenty to say about superheroes, misogyny and how far women filmmakers have come in the last two decades.
Here’s What to Watch Next if You’re Riding the 'Prestige Horror' Wave
Films like 'Get Out' and 'It Comes at Night' have been getting a lot of love, and even some awards buzz, so we asked a horror film programmer what’s going on with the genre.
These Date Night DVD Movie Bundles Are a Beautiful Mess
Sony's "His vs. Hers" double bills are the high point of a ridiculous trend in disposable media that will never be replicated in the age of Netflix.
My Father Was Always a Mystery to Me, Then I Found Out He Was a Cult Leader
Kalina Bertin saw filmmaking as her chance to understand herself and her family through a man who was impossible to know in life.