The year's most compelling videos looked outside our realm of reality to reflect what’s going on inside.
More than ever, there’s a necessity for the acquisition of physical media.
A memorable scene lingers within our subconscious like a half-remembered dream.
As in pop culture at large, the dominating obsession of the current horror film is class.
Many of the best films this year are concerned with indulgent, unbridled madness, offering formal excess as a parallel to our modern cacophony.
These are the films that just missed making it onto our list of the best films of 2019, and our contributors’ individual ballots.
The more borders you cross, the more potential for discovery—and 2019, as eclectic a year as any, has demonstrated that.
If there’s one unifying theme of the best songs of 2019, it’s a genre-less sense of exploration.
Our favorite shows of 2019 resist easy categorization, and they attest to a medium in transformation.
In 2019, the best games took the industry’s standard operating procedure and punted it out the window.
We’ve compiled the best feature-length adaptations of King’s work, excluding the mostly mediocre TV adaptations.
The good horror film insists on the humanity that’s inextinguishable even by severe atrocity.
At the very least, these 13 weird movies can hold your attention, and deliver decent chills, especially with a nice buzz and low expectations.
These are the films from this millennium that have most shocked us by plumbing our deepest primordial terrors.
Finding the crux of a Pedro Almodóvar film is not unlike asking how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop.
These films are fearless in breaking down boundaries and thrusting us into worlds beyond our own.
On the occasion of the release of Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, we ranked Tarantino's feature films.
On the eve of Spider-Man: Far from Home’s release, we ranked the 23 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Whatever the outcome of the streaming wars, we hope that when the dust clears, there’s still a digital home for films like these.
Cinema isn’t the sole mechanism for making our presence known, but it can be among the most powerful.