Leaving Earth Comes with Serious Psychological Risks
The film ‘Aniara’ asks what humans are without our home world.
Gender Subversion Pulses Through Every Scene of 'The Favourite'
In challenging our gender expectations, the film dominating awards nominations offers something of a fresh perspective.
Forget Netflix: Inside the Forums Where People Share Obscure Pirated Movies
It's difficult to draw the line between distributing essential, hard-to-find cultural relics and piracy.
Tania Tapia Jáuregui
Larry Clark Is Still Making Movies About Young People Fucking
"I've been a photographer for almost 60 years, so I know who the camera likes."
We Asked the Real 'BlacKkKlansman' Some Hard Questions About Being a Black Cop
Retired undercover cop Ron Stallworth talked about what it means to align yourself with law enforcement when you're black.
Wilbert L. Cooper
A Long Lost Stanley Kubrick Script Was Just Discovered
An expert says it may have been "too risqué" for Hollywood.
How Blockbusters Are Aiding the Fight Against Streaming
'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'A Quiet Place' both forced people to go to theaters before their viewing experience could be ruined.
If You Take Snacks to 'A Quiet Place,' Everyone Is Going to Hate You
One Twitter user suggested that the only acceptable snack is “a cloth bag of loose gummy worms.”
'Isle of Dogs' Is a White Man's Fantasy of Japan
Wes Anderson's latest film is funny, charming, and just straight up cultural appropriation.
Every Handshake in '8 Mile', Ranked
Look, if you had one shot, one opportunity, to rank all of Eminem's handshakes, would you capture it or just let it slip?
Oscar-Nominated Film 'A Fantastic Woman' Is Changing Lives in Chile's Trans Community
It's the favorite to win Best Foreign Language Film at Sunday's ceremony, but its impact has been felt far beyond the Academy.
Paul Thomas Anderson on Perfectionism and Making 'Phantom Thread'
"At a certain point, my attention span runs out. I don't exactly have the temperament."