Gregg Araki’s ten-episode sex comedy for Starz serves up a heaping helping of sex, twentysomething angst, and doomsday prophecies.
Bloody and queer in equal measure, Knife + Heart is a searingly intriguing gay porn slasher from Yann Gonzalez about horror, love and allyship.
Tim Burton’s superhero sequel saw the endlessly strange auteur run away with big studio money to make the most relentlessly weird comic book film ever.
We take a look at the state of female-led superheroes up to this point, from the lows of Catwoman to the highs of Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel.
The actor behind the most mysterious member of Netflix’s Umbrella Academy talks about life as a superpowered ghost, and what might await him in season 2.
Lin-Manuel Miranda guest starts on a dull episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, as Amy’s overachieving brother with whom she’s irrationally angry.
One of The Orville’s most explicitly comedic characters gets his moment in the sun with a familiar, nuanced episode about the lingering animosity of war.
The second season of Starz’ hit Neil Gaiman adaptation is back with a new showrunner, a shaken-up cast, and a more aimless tone.
The Colombian crime thriller serves as an intriguing, culturally relevant twist on an age-old story, with an eye to highlighting Wayuu cultural traditions.
Marvel’s first female-led superhero film is a modest but meaningful success.
The second season of NBC’s Breaking Bad-with-moms show disappointingly treads water, keeping its three leads running in place while feigning change.
The Hungarian animated film is a stunningly psychedelic dive into art and film history.
Adama? Roslin? Starbuck? Baltar? Four TV critics hash out which character from Ronald D. Moore’s political sci-fi drama […]
The composer of the upcoming SXSW-bound horror comedy talks about her rock career, the Sundance Film Music and Sound Design Lab, and scoring with her voice.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine tackles sexual assault in an awards-worthy episode.
The Orville tries its hand at big-time space spectacle in a more action-heavy hour, with the entire Union at stake.
Fifteen years on, we still wrestle with the value of Mel Gibson the man and his violent, controversial take on Christ’s death.
Isabelle Huppert and Chloe Grace Moretz amp up the camp in Neil Jordan’s offbeat thriller about a madwoman searching for a daughter figure any way she can.