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watch kristen stewart as a literary scammer in the trailer for 'j.t. leroy'

In the mid-2000s the J.T. Leroy saga scandalised the literary world, now it's a movie starring Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern and a lot of wigs.
Annabel Blue
4.5.19
News

this new netflix movie looks like a mixture of ‘a quiet place’ and ‘birdbox’

'The Silence' stars Stanley Tucci and ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ actor Kiernan Shipka, and looks scary as hell.
Alim Kheraj
3.29.19
News

hereditary director's new film is a "scandinavian folk horror"

Don’t let the poster for 'Midsommar' fool you, this is definitely a horror movie.
Mitch Parker
3.1.19
News

alexandria ocasio-cortez will feature in a new netflix documentary

Hook it directly to my veins please. Cheers.
Roisin Lanigan
2.9.19
Culture

the best feminist movies of 2018

The editor of feminist film journal ‘Another Gaze’ gives us the standout movies of the year.
Daniella Shreir
12.18.18
News

watch the trailer for larry clark’s new movie, ‘marfa girl 2’

It marks the first time the director and photographer has created a sequel to one of his works.
Roisin Lanigan
10.25.18
News

zoë kravitz will star in a gender flipped 'high fidelity' tv series

Move over John Cusack.
Gemma Jordine
9.25.18
Film

of course wes anderson's next film is a musical set in 1950s france

Leaked production details reveal he's taking over an entire French town to shoot it.
Mitch Parker
9.20.18
Culture

here’s how the director of hereditary created the scariest movie in years

***No spoilers***
Clementine de Pressigny
6.19.18
Think Pieces

are we pushing horror film actors too far?

Actors are putting their mental health at risk for movies that push the boundaries of fear.
Emily Kirkpatrick
6.9.18
Culture

the new basquiat doc is a searing statement on art and race today

'Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat​' shows how the art world has changed since the 80s, and how it hasn't.
Shammara Lawrence
5.23.18
News

this netflix sci-fi feels like the sequel to our favorite 'black mirror' episode

The director of 'Anon' describes his film as "Cambridge Analytica on crack," imagining a world where everyone’s lives is constantly recorded by the government.
André-Naquian Wheeler
4.20.18
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