Naomi goes out of the frying pan and into the fire, as the occupants of Earth and the Rocinante face hard choices about how to strike back at Marco Inaros.
From harrowing docs about COVID to Nic Cage’s latest dive into insanity, there’s a lot to look forward to at this year’s Sundance.
Small Axe music supervisor Ed Bailie talks to us about filling Steve McQueen’s five-part anthology with the grooviest, most authentic tunes.
Disney+’s first real time at bat for the MCU on television is a sprightly, experimental series that makes great, if deliberately-paced, use of its premise.
Naomi has a rude homecoming, as the show narrows its focus to a family fighting for its very soul.
The Netflix Action Movie Industrial Complex continues abated with a deeply mediocre military thriller that can’t get a handle on its lukewarm critique of drones.
The composer of the latest David Attenborough nature documentary talks about building the sounds of planet Earth.
Marco consolidates his power, as the rest of our characters recalibrate their sense of purpose and fight to survive in the wake of the Free Navy’s attacks on Earth.
We start 2021 by profiling the vibrant, richly textured, deceptively political works of Mira Nair.
Chris Chibnall’s run of the show continues to frustrate with an overstuffed, meandering New Year’s special with all the highs and lows of his era.
The cult hit series moves fully to Netflix for a season 3 packed with roundhouse kicks and a war of wills between its rival senseis.
The show takes its season-opening cliffhanger and pries the floodgates open even further, creating more jeopardy for the system.
David Fincher’s Hitchcockian thriller is one of his twistiest, best early works.
The Grammy-winning jazz legend talks about capturing the 1920s blues of Netflix’s latest awards contender.
From BoJack to What We Do in the Shadows, we break down the TV that got us through a hellish year.
From The Assistant to Wolfwalkers, we guide you through the cinema that survived a devastating 2020 and made it to our screens — and hearts.
William Greaves’ avant-garde meta-doc, David Cronenberg’s work of grand theft autoerotica, and Innaritu’s dizzying debut mark this month’s Criterion entries.
The composer duo talks about their years-long collaboration and the sparse, airy score to Francis Lee’s queer romance.