The 50 Best TV Shows of the Decade

From 2010 to 2019, we had more TV at our fingertips than ever before. The FSR team watched hundreds of…

How ‘Parasite’ Editor Yang Jin-mo Shaped the Film of the Year

One of the most important artists in Bong Joon-ho's filmmaking circle discusses the process of transcending genre to create a…

Hildur Guðnadóttir on Embracing the Needle Drop for ‘Joker’

We chat with the composer about the necessary collaboration between score and soundtrack.

The 50 Best Comedy Movies of the Decade

Reality didn't always give us that much to laugh about in the past decade, but these movies sure did.

‘Queen & Slim’ Review: A Vital Journey with Some Unfortunate Detours

There are some bumps along the road, but ultimately it's well worth taking the journey.

How ‘Parasite’ Uses Architecture and Landscape to Tell a Story

Using intricate set-pieces, 'Parasite' delivers a biting class-commentary.

Leather As Power In Turn-Of-The-Millennium Genre Film

While 'The Matrix,' 'Blade,' and 'Underworld' seem so different they are united by one thing: their use of leather to…

Resurrecting James Dean Has Begun a Concerning Trend

The team responsible for resurrecting the actor for an upcoming war movie plans on bringing more dead celebrities back to…

‘Ford v Ferrari’ Cinematographer Phedon Papamichael Discusses His Exhilarating Collaboration With James Mangold

We get into the nitty-gritty of shooting practically, why 'Ford v Ferrari' feels so thrilling, and what's lost when superhero…

The Burden of Truth in ‘Dark Waters’

'Dark Waters' doesn't just focus on the story it uncovers, but also the toil of having damning knowledge without the power…