A World Without Turner Classic Movies

If TCM doesn't last under David Zaslav, we lose much more than just a television channel. Read More

In ‘San Junipero,’ Heaven Is A Place On Earth

The best episode of ‘Black Mirror’ takes a detour to the ‘80s to tell a timeless queer love story. Read More

The ‘Lost’ Pilot Episode Just Keeps Getting Better With Age

In the latest Episode column, we revisit the bold, beautiful two-part premiere of Lost. Read More

The Ending of ‘Donnie Darko’ Explained

One of the most complex portrayals of time travel in film history, the ending of 'Donnie Darko' is filled with… Read More

The Heartfelt Long Con of ‘Better Call Saul’

The story of a sleazy lawyer’s descent into amorality pulled off one of the most meaningful series finales in recent… Read More

Once Upon a Time, ‘Gilmore Girls’ Danced the Night Away

In season three’s “They Shoot Gilmores, Don’t They?” Rory and Lorelai get in over their heads at a 24-hour dance… Read More

‘Blade II’ is the Most Significant Movie in Guillermo del Toro’s Repertoire

And it marks the last time Wesley Snipes was unstoppably cool. Read More

Bury Me in Celluloid: The Feverish Cinemania of ‘Arrebato’

Movies are one hell of a drug. Also, drugs are one hell of a drug. Read More

‘Y Tu Mamá También’: A Eulogy to Adolescence

20 years later, Alfonso Cuarón’s film remains one of the most honest and sobering portrayals of the journey from adolescence… Read More

How ‘After Yang’ Recalls Kogonada’s Video Essays

A remixed film within a film leaves viewers reflecting on the nature of life and the moving image. Read More