Netflix’s German co-production is Lost meets Stranger Things, for adults. It’ll also make your brain hurt.
2017 was a great year that took us everywhere from Sacramento and Florida to the land of the dead and a galaxy far, far away.
Charlie Brooker returns with a new round of cautionary tales, including two legit classics and no outright clunkers.
Paul Thomas Anderson sews a tale of twisted love in the age of innocence.
Tyler runs down his Best Performances, Missed 2016 Bests and, finally, the Best Films of 2017 in a recap of his massive movie watching year.
We posted over a hundred articles, essays, and reviews in 2017. Here they are, organized for you.
I could use a poker pun here, but that would just be lazy.
Another twelve months closer to the end of the world, and all I’ve got to show for it is this lousy t-shirt.
Rachel Brosnahan is incandescent in this stand-up series from Amy Sherman-Palladino.
Luca Guadagnino’s adaptation is an emotional and visually stunning depiction of first love.