Guillotines and Talking Heads at the ‘Fast Company Innovation Festival’
The celebs are addicted to disrupting
A Celebration of the Incredible Fake Names on ‘Riverdale’
The teen drama is known for its insane plot, but there are also subtle delights
Fantasize in the Extreme!
On Nathan Fielder’s 'The Rehearsal' and Nick Drnaso’s graphic novel 'Acting Class'
‘Catherine Called Birdy’ Is Lena Dunham’s Best Work to Date
The writer/director's YA adaptation will win over audiences of all ages
'How to Blow Up a Pipeline' Filmmakers Hope You Take Their Advice
Alongside author Andreas Malm, the foursome behind the new heist film discuss the limits of art and the demands of the moment
In Defense … of the Ellipsis
Three little dots perfectly convey the experience of human consciousness
Meet the Stars of the "Jan. 6 Solidarity Truth Press Conference"
From Johnny Tabacco to Richard Citizen Journalist, they are all real guys you've heard of before
Why Does the British Monarchy Exist?
This seems like a fair question to ask right now
Why Is British Media Up in Arms About the 'New York Times'?
According to some commentators, the left-wing U.S. rag will not stop until the monarchy is abolished.
Kate Berlant and No One Else
In her new/old Hulu special, Cinnamon in the Wind, the alt comedian has the stage to herself
‘Moonage Daydream’ Has a Lot to Show but Ultimately Not Much to Say
The new David Bowie documentary attempts the impossible: separating the artist from the man
Rachel Aviv Asks What We Can Say About Our Own Minds
‘Strangers to Ourselves’ is a subtle, deft, and fascinating look at mental illness in America
Harry Styles Doesn’t Suck in ‘My Policeman’
The rest of the film is a bit uneven
‘Barbarian’ Doesn't Live Up to the Hype
It's clumsy, jarring, and relies mainly on one stupid twist
‘Blonde’ Is Beautiful and Full of Contempt
Andrew Dominik's highly anticipated film about Marilyn Monroe disappoints as both truth and fiction
‘My Son Hunter’ Fails to Own the Libs
Against all odds, it's not a very good movie