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Yes God Yes

Karen Maine and Natalia Dyer on Shattering Self-Pleasure Tropes in ‘Yes, God, Yes’


There is no shame in loving your self.

Pet Sematary

‘Pet Sematary’ Review: Sometimes, The Original Is Better


The lead performances are greatly improved, but the horror of it all leaves a lot to be desired.

Hulu’s ‘Shrill’ Brings Bold Storytelling and Body Positivity to the Screen


Hulu’s new show is a beautiful and honest portrayal of body positivity in the age of the millennial dramedy.

Girl On The Third Floor

‘Girl on the Third Floor’ Review: Bad Behaviors and Bodily Fluids Paint the Walls Sticky


An unsettling and icky descent into a man-made hell.

‘Good Boys’ Review: Who Knew R-Rated Comedy Could Be So Adorable


The SXSW headliner brings cuteness to an R-rated world.

The Inventor

‘The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley’ Review: Alex Gibney Shows Us the Rotten Side of Innovation


Alex Gibney’s latest documentary considers the Silicon Valley mindset through the case of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes. Our review.

The Day Shall Come

SXSW 2019: Chris Morris Discusses His New Comedy ‘The Day Shall Come’


The cult favorite writer, director and comedian behind Four Lions, Nathan Barley and The Day Today talks about his highly anticipated sophomore feature.


‘Booksmart’ Review: Over Achievers for Life


Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut is an instant classic.

Boyz In The Wood

‘Boyz In the Wood’ Review: Nature Gets Naughty In The Scottish Highlands


Think ‘Hot Fuzz’ meets ‘Attack the Block’ and you’ll have an idea of the fun in store.