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Winning Time

A Brief History of the Controversies Around HBO’s ‘Winning Time’


Legendary members of the ‘Showtime’ Los Angeles Lakers are not pleased with the series’ depiction of events.

The Wolf House Horror

How ‘The Wolf House’ Uses Fantasy to Confront the Horrors of History


Warren Zevon be like “awoooo wolf houses of historical trauma.”

Candy Real Story Hulu Series

The Real Story Behind ‘Candy’


Jessica Biel and Melanie Lynskey star in this retelling of the famous ax-killing.

Cinema A To Zeotrope Hugo

From A to Zoetrope: A Look at the Ancestors of Cinema


Before the moving image, there was … the slightly slower moving image.

Moon Knight Episode Jeff Lemire Greg Smallwood

The ‘Moon Knight’ Comic You Should Read After Episode 4


We examine the Jeff Lemire and Greg Smallwood comic that clearly inspired “The Tomb.”

They Look Like People

Our Pick of the Week Looks Like People


Plus 20 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Undone Season 2

‘Undone’ Season 2 is Gorgeous and Restless


Imperfect but beautiful, rotoscope sci-fi show Undone’s second season loses some urgency but maintains plenty of enjoyable elements.

Anaïs Demoustier in Anais In Love

‘Anaïs in Love’ Offers a Refreshing Take on Love & Pleasure


The charming comedy marks a strong feature debut for writer-director Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet.

We Own This City Review Hbo

‘We Own This City’ is a Dutiful Take On Police Corruption


Jon Bernthal stars in this true story about police corruption from the makers of The Wire.

Star Wars Sam Witwer Darth Maul

How ‘Star Wars: The Force Unleashed’ Sparked Darth Maul’s Redemption


We look back at the video game and consider how voice actor Sam Witwer would eventually redeem The Phantom Menace’s coolest looking character.

One Cut Of The Dead Group Shot

Why ‘One Cut of the Dead’ Is a Bloody Love Letter to Low Budget Cinema



Under The Banner Of Heaven Real Story

The Real Story Behind ‘Under the Banner of Heaven’


Andrew Garfield stars as a detective investigating a horrific double murder by religious extremists.