On the occasion of Mank’s release, here’s a ranking of every Fincher feature film, from worst to best.
The first international edition of the Noir City film festival in six years showcases the diversity and malleability of noir.
Chopra discusses the joys of reappraisal, and why she doubts John Hughes could believe in the universes he created on screen.
To celebrate the release of Disco, we've ranked all 14 of the Aussie pop singer’s albums.
From Shirley Bassey to Billie Eilish, we've ranked all 24 Bond themes from best to worst.
The good horror film insists on the humanity that’s inextinguishable even by severe atrocity.
We took a look back at the icon's catalog and ranked all 11 studio albums from worst to best.
It’s a provocative juxtaposition for Dry Wind to stage its queer kinkfest at the epicenter of the land of Bolsonaro.
The Pumpkins have transcended any one moment or movement, instead reveling in the entire tessellation of 20th-century art.
Bradley discusses how the forces of collaboration and intuition inform her filmmaking process.
These are the films from this millennium that have most shocked us by plumbing our deepest primordial terrors.
The filmmaker discusses how Shithouse reflects the specifics of a certain life experience.
The myth of Joan Crawford’s life and career is inseparable from what she did on screen.
In the ‘70s, a new wave of horror film presented terror as a messy, brutally honest implosion from within.
Johnson discusses how the omnipresence of cameras is adjusting our relationship to the concept of memory.
In conjunction with the release of On the Rocks, we ranked Coppola’s films.
Just in time for Halloween, a list of our favorite films currently streaming on Hulu.
Looking back at the emotional exhibitionism that defines the rapper's work, it’s starkly clear how much of himself he’s put into it.