As drone warfare becomes a more familiar concept in American life, anxiety about its ubiquity—and what it means for humankind—is being explored in film, theater, and music.
A bracket to find the most terrible person on television
Where did Patti Levin come from?
The multi-platinum Irish singer returns with her first new album in seven years, Dark Sky Island.
Last year, when Twisty the Clown was terrorizing the town on Jupiter on American Horror Story: Freak Show, I wrote…
Asked to choose between science and the supernatural, Kevin took a leap of faith.
What happens when the world’s most famous actress stars with her husband in a lavish portrait of a marriage in crisis?
How two designers from the 20th century influenced and predicted the way people would live in the 21st
A number of mysteries about Miracle were solved, but more continue to crop up in their place.
Matt tries to find shelter for Mary after an unexpected revelation.
From "A Terrible Night" in 1896 to "It Follows" in 2014
Remembering when Tim Curry, Diana Rigg, Fairuza Balk, and Charlotte Rae starred in the best/worst children’s TV movie ever made
We need to talk about Kevin.
The movie adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s best-selling book is one of the finest productions of the year.
Twenty years ago, Andrew Davies’s sexed-up adaptation of Pride and Prejudice sparked countless literary invasions of the Darcy/Bennet bedroom.
A new study suggests that watching shows in the NBC franchise positively educates viewers as to what constitutes rape, while watching CSI does the opposite.
The third episode of the second season focused on Laurie and Tommy, now engaged in an effort to bring down the Guilty Remnant.
In new novels, Michel Houellebecq and Margaret Atwood wonder if sexual relationships can thrive without freedom.
The Garveys settle in Miracle, but Kevin can’t shake a nagging voice in his head.
In her debut effort hosting the show, the Trainwreck star appeared in an unsettling video skit mocking the ubiquity of weapons in American lives.