Fifteen years ago, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events built a huge following among children–in part because it used highly self-conscious, experimental literary techniques.
The first trailer suggests director Joss Whedon may be over-indulging his penchant for making characters suffer.
This Diwali, India is boosting stagnant ticket sales by spreading the joys of three-hour song and dance flicks to foreign shores.
A short documentary about an Austrian gamer with an uncommon obsession
The fourth season dives deep into questions of exploitation versus celebrity, and survival versus meaning.
"I'm just a sax player," the musician says about how he accidentally wandered into the Hong Kong protests.
The first glimpse of 2015's likely biggest blockbuster promises James Spader's mellifluous menace, more cities turned to rubble, and some mysterious dancers.
With two months left in the year, we're rapidly running out of movies that could conceivably win the Best Picture Oscar. It'll be one of these seven.
What modern recording artists can learn from the studio's early days
A surprisingly moving and engrossing tale of modern war
Midnight matches? Flying robot clouds? The organization's suggestions for dealing with Qatar's desert climate in 2022 have been at once creative and preposterous.
Think of a song as a circle.
The Knick finale reveals how little we used to know about how the brain works. There's still a lot we haven't figured out.
This morning, the singer released "Track 3"—eight seconds of silence. Was it a mistake, or a super-profound commentary on the contemporary condition?
The acclaimed new film chronicles an awful, abusive music teacher. Why does the last scene seem to vindicate him?
The Met's 'The Death of Klinghoffer' premiered to great controversy.
A panicked moment reciting William Butler Yeats in an MRI convinced the former poet laureate Billy Collins that oration is poetry's last, most enlightened defense.
Before diehard defenders of the pulpy mainstream trolled the Internet, they trolled comic books.
A plea for "the compliment of being believed sincere."
Dallas's team may have had good reason to drop the first openly gay NFL draftee from its practice squad, but that doesn't make the news any easier to take for supporters.
Five episodes in, the Fox show is a weird, intriguing mess. Here's hoping it gets weirder.