‘Allied’ And Hollywood’s Nazi Problem

What happens when the enemy you’ve treated as a relic of the past rears its head in Trump’s America?

A Self-Conscious, Self-Aware Return To Stars Hollow

‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ remains persistently aware of the underlying question of mortality presented by its return from the dead

Pablo Larraín’s ‘No’ Is A Terrifyingly Relevant Look At A Dictatorship And The Ad Campaign That Ended It

The film follows the 1988 referendum that ousted the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile, but it might as well take place today in Trump’s America

Reconsidering Black Mirror’s ‘San Junipero’ In A Post-Trump Reality

With LGBTQ rights likely under fire in the new administration, it’s easier to take refuge in this flawed but hopeful vision of utopia

There Is Only One Rule When Making A TV Show Or Film About A Royal Family: It Must Be Slutty

Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ is incredibly boring, mostly because it only takes place in the U.K. and not Pound Town

Why Is Rachel McAdams Trapped Playing The Same Kind Of Roles?

Despite good directors, good exposure, and good scripts, McAdams is proof that there’s just no planning for a hit

Yellow Plus Blue Paint Makes An Oddly Soothing Way To Chill Out

Welcome to the world of 60-second paint-mixing videos, the latest in a totally mesmerizing video-as-zen art form

There’s Never Been A Better Time To Be A Feminist And A Horror Fan

Women filmmakers are using horror as a means to explore women’s roles within the genre, and the world at large

Is Jon Hamm Funny?

When it comes to his comedy, the punch line is always just, ‘Jon Hamm’

Fire At Sea: The Incredible Doc About The Refugee Crisis On The Mediterranean

Where do you start when you want to help? Gianfranco Rosi provides an empathetic window to the path of action

Before Moonlight, There Was Medicine For Melancholy

A look back at Director Barry Jenkins' first remarkable feature film

The Handmaiden: A Kinky Examination Of Power, Class, And The Lesbian Fantasy

Oldboy Director Park Chan-wook transplants the Victorian erotic thriller to 1930s Korea - adding just a dash of tentacle porn

Black Mirror: A Digital Nightmare Come True

In the golden age of TV and technology, the show is a gift for fans who are tech-curious ... or even tech-fearful

Mascots Is A Free-For-All Freakfest

In Christopher Guest’s latest mocumentary, the devil is in the (sloppy) details.

Black And White And Blue Jay

Two decades after they were high school sweethearts, Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson take a nostalgic trip down memory lane

In The Girl On The Train, Emily Blunt Follows The Grand Tradition Of The Sloshed Lady Drunk

A brief history of women getting totally shithoused in film and TV

Netflix’s New Show Easy Is So Relaxed It’s Stressed The Hell Out

Joe Swanberg creates work that is as close to reality as any filmmaker could hope to capture - so why does it feel so fake?

Why Westworld Uses The West As The Ultimate Destination For Pleasure, Adventure, And Escapism

The West, reimagined

Q&A: Filmmakers Of The Amanda Knox Documentary On Why We’re So Obsessed With True Crime

"The way we as a world consume stories - and sometimes people - is a phenomenon."

Six Degrees Of Brangelina: How The Divorcing Couple Fit Into Hollywood’s Sex Web

Here's proof that everyone in The Biz is connected - and horny

Unconscious Uncoupling: In Search Of Brangelina’s Separated Wax Figures At Madame Tussaud’s

A pilgrimage to 42nd and 8th to witness the end of love

Oliver Stone Doesn’t Belong In 2016

What happens to an artist when what were once revelations are now last week’s news?

Documentary Now!’s Second Season Is Pure Joy

With immaculate spoofs on docs like Jiro Dreams Of Sushi, IFC's Documentary Now is clearly a show made by fans for fans

The Blair Witch Project, 17 Years Later

The brilliantly marketed film that sparked found footage horror is still fascinating, if not terrifying