Film

News

the 'call me by your name' cast and crew won't stop teasing a sequel

Both Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino have sparked chatter about the project this week.
Mitch Parker
10.9.18
Film

sex scenes: queering los angeles

David Lynch subverts the femme fatale in 'Mulholland Drive.'
Rachel Rabbit White
10.5.18
Culture

9 of the best ‘final girls’ in horror

Don’t mess with them.
Roisin Lanigan
10.4.18
Film

'cheer up baby' deals with the aftermath of sexual assault

Adinah Dancyger's short film, starring India Salvor Meñuez as a young woman named Anna, explores the event through sound and dance.
Jack Sunnucks
10.2.18
Film

dreadit's 100 best horror movies of all time

Here to stop you worrying about what you’ll do for the rest of October.
Clementine de Pressigny
10.2.18
Culture

lady gaga’s 'a star is born' will go all the way to oscars glory

In his retelling of the 81 year old story, first-time director Bradley Cooper has achieved everything that the movie business should be: pure, unadulterated escapism.
Matthew Whitehouse
10.2.18
Film

sex scenes: femme fatale for femme fatale

'Bound' (1996) shows us why the modern deadly woman is always queer.
Rachel Rabbit White
9.28.18
News

kenya temporarily lifts ban on lesbian film so it qualifies for the oscars

For just one week 'Rafiki' is showing in Kenya — and audiences are turning out in droves.
Mitch Parker
9.27.18
Film

'lizzie' shows us the erotic side of fussy edwardian fashion

The 2018 adaptation of Lizzie Borden's story is full of high-collared, buttoned-up dresses that would fit in on a Batsheva runway.
Clementine Ford
9.26.18
Film

riz ahmed: ‘I don't want to escape my ethnicity, it's not about that'

Ahead of the release of 'Venom,' a Marvel comic adaption in which he plays a billionaire industrialist, we spoke to Riz Ahmed about typecasting, diversity, and the dangers of call-out culture.
Yusuf Tamanna
9.25.18
Culture

'assassination nation' is the first true horror film of the twitter age

The internet has not only emboldened the voiceless — women, queer youth, and people of color — but also the vitriolic conservatives reflecting the very worst elements of the patriarchy.
Adam White
9.24.18
Music

7 tracks to take a (bad) trip to with gaspar noé

Gaspar Noé's 'Climax' hit cinemas in France this week. These are the highlights of its impressive soundtrack.
Marion Raynaud Lacroix
9.21.18