Topic of interest.
By Meg Shields
Anyone else feel like going for a little drive?
She’s not like those other girls because she’s basically one of the guys.
By Hannah Payne
This “evil” stepmother figure in Disney’s 1998 remake is finally receiving the appreciation she always deserved.
By Sheryl Oh
Through the artful presentation and deconstruction of implicit and explicit social mores, filmmaker Julia Ducournau forces us to confront the animal in all of us.
A disturbing ritual, a brutal villain, and some harsh realities make “Helpless” one of the series’ most frightening episodes.
The Netflix comedy’s third season is a profoundly well-crafted continuation of a story we’ve come to love.
By Naomi Elias
Broad City has continuously pushed the boundaries of television comedy throughout its five-season run on Comedy Central with unapologetically feminist content and a penchant for playing with format.
The queer Canadian filmmaker offers a funny yet critical take on gender and sexuality.
How an overplayed trope with disturbing implications has real-life consequences.