With America on the cusp of another lockdown, reading will become the primary occupation for many. But what author suits the time we’re living in?
While COVID-19 has indelibly changed our reality, I’m wondering how it will influence our fictional portrayal of it.
According to one study, horror-themed video games offer us salvation in uncertain times, giving the player agency while experiencing the horrors of the apocalypse.
In an effort to “spread awareness,” white celebrities have taken to the internet, sharing their own experiences with racism. The internet was not best pleased.
Cryptozoology is a strange art form; it’s the study of fictional creatures, but it occasionally comes true.
Phylicia Rashad shares her life on Tori Reid’s latest podcast, discussing all the things that make her “America’s Mom.”
Kevin Feige’s brilliant casting of Mahershala Ali in a new Blade feature film would be genius with Wesley Snipes as Whistler.
I went down the river Netflix in order to define it. I returned changed, fatigued, and understood by Michael Douglas. The horror.
This year, HBO’s Band of Brothers turns eighteen. To celebrate, I revisited that theatre of war, only to discover uncomplicated, problematic jingoism.