Jason Arment reviews Ready or Not, a black comedy horror film about a newlywed swept up in her new family’s wedding ritual. (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Road Warrior Hawk: Poems about Depression, Anxiety and Pop Culture by Brian Alan Ellis. (House of Vlad)
Jason Arment reviews The Mountain, a film loosely based on the lobotomist Walter Freeman about a tour to promote his recently-debunked procedure. (Kino Lorber)
The Red Pill documentary film exposes a subset of men’s rights activists: women who are anti-feminist. The irony is that feminism gave them the opportunity to rail against it. Onward and upward, ladies.
Anna Sherman’s travel book about Tokyo reads like no other: part history, part fiction, all grounded in fact. A staggering reassembling of an ancient city turned neon metropolis. (Picador)
Jason Arment reviews Luz, a supernatural horror film by Tilman Singer that pays homage to horror films that have come before. (Yellow Veil Pictures)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Book of X by Sarah Rose Etter. (Two Dollar Radio)
In response to the El Paso and Dayton shootings, Donald Trump blamed video games. Despite that being a flat-out lie, we’ve found five examples of games saving lives.
Patrick A. Howell spoke with Tori Reid about writing, catching dreams, and her forthcoming memoir, Love Yourself Through It.