Showtime’s Yellowjackets is an addictive and perceptive coming-of-age story cloaked in psychological horror.
SNL’s inaugural episode of 2022 turned to dark, and often awkward, absurdity to explain our exasperating moment.
Yellowjackets, a feminist update of Lord of the Flies, has created a rich world where everyone—and everything—is a suspect.
The latest film in the famously self-aware franchise takes aim at Hollywood, legacy sequels, and the horror genre.
Climate change is a tough subject for any film, let alone a satire.
In Let’s Get Physical, Danielle Friedman traces the fascinating, loaded history of female fitness.
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Denzel Washington leads a magnificent ensemble in this stark, minimalist adaptation of a Shakespearean tragedy.
His new album makes the road to the afterlife sound like the ’80s, in the best way possible.
The late actor and comedian’s gift was his fluency in dad jokes and dirty humor alike.
Since its formation in the 1920s, surrealism has produced works that are unnerving, disturbing—and perversely appealing as well.
The contestants on the show are always performing. But, then again, so are we.
The director’s latest movie, The Tender Bar, captures a problem with his brand of filmmaking.
Can the joyfully escapist Netflix show also argue for the importance of escapism?
The Book of Boba Fett turns one of the most mysterious characters in the galaxy into a classic savior figure, to watchable but uninspiring effect.
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s adaptation of The Lost Daughter challenges Hollywood’s ideas about what women owe to their children—and to themselves.
Literature has a long tradition of using the genre to address unsettled pasts and forgotten traumas.
Spider-Man: No Way Home bodes well for cinemas. Yet smaller-budget films might get left behind.
The actor and producer and host, who died yesterday at 99, spent eight decades poking fun at those who would underestimate her.
The Netflix show, now in its second season, is an argument for the joys of tackiness.