'Mister America' Is Trump's Most Scathing Satire Without Even Mentioning His Name
We spoke to Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington about On Cinema's clairvoyance, lonely white men, and why Judd Apatow's tweets make Tim sad.
Han Solo Was the Coolest Star Wars Character Until 'Solo'
Han was cool and mysterious. Then we got a spinoff that ruined the mystery.
My Bipolar Brain Keeps Turning Thoughts Into Memories
It makes keeping track of time almost impossible.
Tim Heidecker Is the Satirist America Deserves
The comedic visionary talks Trump, building his own universe, and the audacity of hopelessness.
Actually, Adam Sandler Is a Genius
The perennial fool has fashioned a career out of playing stupid. But is that secretly smart?
Daniel Johnston Saved My Life
The Texas songwriter's music has guided me through my own small-town anxieties and mental health struggles.
The Creator of 'Bojack Horseman' on Why Political Correctness Isn't Censorship
Actually, we talked to Raphael Bob-Waksberg about lots of stuff, including nostalgia, word-play, and not being sure how autobiographical he's being.
Does ‘RoboCop’ Still Hold Up 30 Years On?
Paul Verhoeven's madcap cyberpunk satire of the American nightmare turns the big three-oh.
Re-watching 'Silence of the Lambs' in 2017
Director Jonathan Demme has passed away aged 73. We look back at the masterpiece he'll be most remembered for.
These Watercolours Imagine Marge Simpson’s Feminist Awakening
Soolagna Majumdar's dreamy illustrations of TV's most famous wife are influenced by josei manga—comics for women.
The Tragicomic Genius of Marge Simpson
Without Marge, 'The Simpsons' is nothing. On the show's 30th anniversary, it's worth looking back at her best moments.
A Study of How Dave Chappelle Isn't Nailing 2017
"The jokes were mean, they were lazy. They were something I never thought I'd see: Dave Chappelle punching down."