Rogue One is a subversive blockbuster and a brilliant commentary on the overreach of imperial power.
Time travel is a pervasive theme in pop culture, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is just the latest entry in the pantheon. What’s the deal with our time travel obsession?
Though Gamergate’s staunch supporters tried their hardest, Ghostbusters was a huge hit in US theatres over the weekend.
Everyone’s suffered from the existential crisis of reaching the end of their Netflix queue only to find out that their favorite show ended abruptly, so how do we cope with it?
Finished the last run of your favorite Netflix show? We’ve got you covered.
Homeland is a strong, ambiguous, and complex thriller that holds a mirror up to viewers, but it’s also walking a highwire that could potentially lead to a devastating fall.
Intended as guides or not, the next generation of boys is learning how to be fathers, how to treat mothers, and what to expect of their children from shows like Doctor Who.
Every frame of Drive oozes class, bleeds cool.
Boardwalk Empire cuts to the heart of the idealised and romanticised era of gangsters, cronyism, and smuggling.
I foolishly consented to a Mad Men marathon over the weekend, forgetting that watching more than two episodes in a row tends to leave me in a state of deep depression and sensory overload due to the rich, layered complexity going on with this show.