Madonna’s done it all. And we’ve pretty much covered it all.
To commemorate Kylie Minogue’s 50th birthday, we’ve ranked all 13 of the Aussie pop singer’s albums.
We’ve ranked all 20 of Justin Timberlake’s solo singles from worst to best.
This list comprises most of what we do best: incisive critique of film, TV, and music, awards soothsaying, and listology.
The filmmaker’s sense of community has undergone a seismic change over the years.
If boutique home-video distribution trends in the same upward direction in 2018, we’ll all need personal assistants just to keep track.
Whether personal or political, our selections prove that the video is still a potent form for communication.
In 2017, queerness on screen is no synonym for homosexuality writ large, but a strategy of resisting and unsettling categories.
While our political culture grows more repressive and reactionary, horror cinema is growing more diverse.
A sense of autobiography invests these performances with a life force that transcends the direct confines of the screen.
These scenes will be taking up prime real estate within our collective memories for years to come.
This year offered incredible riches in cinema, as well as lowlights that are both obvious and intensely debatable.
Many of these films dramatize a struggle to connect while elaborating on the realms existing within one’s mind.
See below for a list of the films that just missed making it onto our list of the best films of 2017, followed by our contributors’ individual ballots.
We can stop waiting for powerful voices of resistance to emerge, because they’re already telling their stories.
The best albums of 2017 were made by artists ready to lay the groundwork for a counter-cultural movement.
The resilience of retroism was, this year, tinged with the irony of watching those not knowing the past being doomed to repeat it.
With some time and distance, 2017 may end up meaning for video games what 2007 or 1999 meant for film.
On the occasion of the release of Detroit, we look back at the filmmaker’s kinetic body of work.
There’s an engimatic quality to the role of Christopher Nolan in the current filmmaking landscape.