E. Young takes a look at death on television — and takes some questions to the professionals.
Black Panther explores race and beauty in ways that few mainstream films dare to do. Is it a sign of something better on the way?
E. Young never really felt connected to Christianity, but Jesus Christ, Superstar offered an accessible way to explore the Bible.
Blaxploitation is a beloved, classic, and complicated genre. E. Young takes you on a journey through some favourites.
Flip or Flop: Nashville offers unusual diversity and inclusion on television, but it comes with a bittersweet side, too.
What’s better than one black superhero? MORE black superheroes. Hello, Black Lightning.
Westerns are BACK, baby! E. Young wonders if they can level up for new sensibilities.
In a departure from much of del Toro’s work, The Shape of Water is oddly safe, sweet, and ordinary. Weirdly, it kinda works.
Godzilla may be the most famous monster of Japanese film, but he’s not the only one — and he’s not even the biggest!
With 2018 rapidly approaching, E. Young wonders if it’s possible to create intersectional, inclusive media for a changing world.