Reconsidering Rear Window Ethics in TV’s First Golden Age
What we can learn about obsession, voyeurism, and coaxploitation from watching Jimmy Stewart watch TV.
What “The Big Sick” Teaches Us About Being Young and Chronically Ill
Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani’s film isn’t just about loving your partner.
In Conversation: Sarah Adina Smith on Motels, Beautiful Accidents, and “Room 104”
The celebrated indie auteur looks to make her mark in television on Mark and Jay Duplass’s HBO anthology series.
Meet the FLOOD Festival Guide, Presented by Toyota C-HR
Featuring in-depth stories on Hundred Waters, Buff Monster, Vince Staples, and Demetri Martin, in addition to our picks and tips for this year’s festival slate.
Taking Stock of “The Human Surge”
Eduardo Williams’s latest film reads like Linklater’s “Slacker” for the global post-Internet age.
Trends and Enemies: The Obsessions of Matt Spicer’s “Ingrid Goes West”
The director of the Aubrey Plaza–led Internet thriller talks Instagram, mental health, and Los Angeles.
All the Band Shirts Worn by the Baby Anarchist in “GLOW,” Ranked
Ready, steady, go.
In Conversation: Hans Zimmer Wasn’t Made for Pop Music
One of the planet’s most experimental film composers gets out from behind the boards for Dunkirk, a live tour, and more.
An Ode to Melanin: Making Space for “Brown Girls”
Fatimah Asghar and Sam Bailey’s web series—soon to be adapted by HBO—offers one of the most compelling and honest portrayals of women of color on screens of any size.
Non-Negotiable Casting Suggestions for Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Movie
Crank up the Beach Boys, baby: it’s time to figure this thing out.
She Said, She Said: Who Deserves the Iron Throne, Daenerys Targaryen or Jon Snow?
Prior to the debut of the seventh season of “Game of Thrones,” two of our writers square off using the preferred forum of pop-culture enthusiasts everywhere: Slack.
A Seat at the Table: “Master of None,” Parents, and Generational Difference
The best episodes of “Master of None”‘s second season aren’t the funniest, or the ones that leave you on the edge of your seat; they’re the ones that are brutally, undeniably, painstakingly real.
Demetri Martin: Some One-Liners from Someone Else
Demetri Martin has always marched to the beat of his own bits, but after twenty years of quips, skits, and sketches, is he ready to talk about himself?
Breaking: Demetrius Shipp Jr.
All eyes are on the first-time actor who was born to play the part of Tupac Shakur.
Jim Jefferies Takes On the World
The Aussie outlaw comedian loses the leather jacket but keeps the foul mouth as he leans back on his new seat at the late-night comedy table.
Get Your Motor Running: Ad-Rock and John Doe Are—er, Were—“Roadside Prophets”
Back in 1992, Abe Wool, the writer of “Sid and Nancy,” got a very weird film made starring John Doe of X and Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys. John Doe remembers some of it.
Breaking: Amy Shiels
The long-awaited return to “Twin Peaks” isn’t a return for some of its stars—it’s an introduction. And for Amy Shiels, the only newcomer to appear in every new episode, it’s been a long time coming.
Aaron M. Olson of LA Takedown Offers Up His Ten Favorite Film Scores
Wanna see movies of your dreams? Look no further.