Rearview Mirror: “The Mummy”
Revisiting the 1999 himbo adventure classic about white people fucking around with ancient artifacts, which rocks.
Rearview Mirror: “Scream 4”
Looking back on the tired horror-satire 10 years on, and exploring how it anticipates a post–Wes Craven revival of the series.
In Conversation: Jenny Owen Youngs and Kristin Russo on Their Podcast “Buffering the Vampire Slayer”
The duo discuss the genesis of the “Buffy”-themed podcast and their musical-inspired episode, “Once More with Once More, with Feeling.”
Rearview Mirror: “She’s the Man”
Looking back on a (sadly) bygone lit-adaptation teen movie tradition via a staple of the genre that probably couldn’t have been made today.
In Conversation: Tamara Saviano on “Without Getting Killed or Caught” and the Genius of Guy Clark
The co-director of the new documentary on the outlaw country icon discusses her film and Clark’s influence on her life.
Life After Cancellation: “Bored to Death”
Raising a glass of white wine to the 24 episodes of HBO’s hipster-noir-detective-comedy, which was taken off the air a decade ago.
Please Bear with Me While I Explain That “The Lord of the Rings” Is a Maternity Allegory
With the film trilogy’s 20th anniversary creeping up, here’s something new to consider when rewatching it for the dozenth time: It is a movie about childbirth.
The Story Behind “The United States vs. Billie Holiday”
With the Lee Daniels film making its debut on Hulu this weekend, we revisit the legacy of the FBN-targeted singer.
FKA twigs Is Working on a TV Adaptation of Her Martial Arts–Themed “sad day” Music Video for FX
She broke the news in a new interview with “I May Destroy You” creator Michaela Coel for The Face.
Our Streets Are Our Office: on “Judas and the Black Messiah”
Shaka King’s new movie examines the largely untold story of BPP Chairman Fred Hampton, whose assassination was instigated by the FBI.
Rearview Mirror: “Happy Gilmore”
Reassessing the Sandler arc on his career-defining film’s 25th anniversary.
Watch Cynthia Erivo Wear the Queen of Soul’s Crown in the “Genius: Aretha” Trailer
The eight-episode series airs March 26 via the National Geographic Channel.
In Conversation: The Sloppy Boys Blow Minds in Their New “Tha Mastah Bong Rippah” Video
The LA trio and “Birthday Boys” alums are here to prove that the world needs party bands more than ever.
Rearview Mirror: “The Wedding Planner”
Revisiting the rom-com 20 years later, J.Lo playing a full-blooded Italian is far from the only detail we can’t get behind.
It’s Time to Talk About Michel Gondry as an Auteur Rather Than as a Music Video Director
Though he would probably reject such a formal label, the French director’s work is certainly worthy of study.
Animal Collective Scored a Documentary About SoundCloud Rappers, Weed, and “the End of the World”
Marnie Ellen Hertzler’s “Crestone” is out on PVOD February 16, with Domino releasing the score February 19.
Life After Cancellation: “Party Down”
Remembering Starz’s take on the ensemble workplace comedy, which only lasted twenty episodes.
In Conversation: M. Night Shyamalan on “Servant,” “Old,” and Adapting to Change
The Apple TV+ series and forthcoming feature prove that the director/writer still has many scary tricks up his sleeve.
Rearview Mirror: “The Godfather Part III”
We come to the third best, cousincest “Godfather” before the day of its 30th anniversary.
The Best TV of 2020
10 series that made sheltering in place a little easier.
The Best Films of 2020
The 10 movies that made us miss theaters most.
PJ Harvey Doc “A Dog Called Money” Set to Premiere Next Week via Maestro
The streaming platform will unveil the film December 7 with an intro from director Seamus Murphy.
LA Phil Announces “In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl” Series for PBS
Catch Rodrigo y Gabriela, Kamasi Washington, Carlos, Santana, and more highlights from past seasons starting January 15.
The Quiet Life of Sean Durkin
With his long-anticipated second feature “The Nest” seeing a release this weekend, the director invites us into his cozy Santa Monica home.
Watch Eric Andre Torture JPEGMAFIA, Lil Yachty, and Trippie Redd on “Rapper Warrior Ninja”
Murs and Zack Fox also appeared on the “Eric Andre Show” bit.
Rearview Mirror: “Pride & Prejudice”
Revisiting Joe Wright’s 2005 adaptation—with its too-attractive Elizabeth and .gif-able hand flex—fifteen years later.
Announcing Shepard Fairey x FLOOD Signed & Numbered Screen Print Benefitting #SaveOurStages
Fairey also discusses engaging in activism through public art in our new video interview.
It’s Time to Talk About Hollywood’s Obsession with Pete Townshend’s “Let My Love Open the Door”
A scientific investigation into the cinematic dad rock tune that would not die.