The new Arcade Fire album, bluntly, kind of sucks. Can they get back on track?
Can Rick & Morty live up to the promise of its first season? Anna Hamilton argues yes, evidenced by a surprisingly nuanced exploration of divorce via Mad Max.
The latest from Professor Gayle Kimball swings, and misses, when it comes to exploring youth culture and society.
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press just hit Netflix, and it’s a timely cautionary tale about press freedoms and editorial independence.
The dispute over pay on Hawaii 5-0 reveals systemic racism in Hollywood — and highlights how difficult it is to fight.
An electric performance at Berkeley’s famous Greek Theater proved that Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have still got it when it comes to wowing a crowd.
Through original footage, documentarians cast a fresh look at the Reagan presidency, providing an intimate look at one of the most mythologised presidencies in history.
Looking for a summer jam? Beth Ditto’s Fake Sugar has you covered.
Everyone’s going gaga over Wonder Woman. A closer look at the film raises some questions. A lot of questions, actually.
Can we disrupt the model minority myth to place Asian firmly in the heroic pantheon?