By Naomi Elias
We spotlight five of the many complex female characters that populate the sci-fi series.
For its 25th anniversary, we look at how Ang Lee and Emma Thompson’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel subverts expectations of female heroines.
Ang Lee shoots his subjects predominantly in long lenses to convey a sense of inescapable loneliness.
We look at the history of Starship registry numbers and why the latest may be a controversial addition to the canon.
Beyond its body horror and psychedelic visuals, the 2010 film tells a story of living with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
In the first scene of ‘Zodiac,’ David Fincher makes it clear that catching a killer is no easy feat.
Billy Wilder’s 1951 film noir masterpiece is an unforgiving satire of the American media and its audience.
By Anna Swanson
This movie and its lack of serial killers and murder is a strange choice for the filmmaker. Or is it?
The sequel continues its presentation of a gruff, badass Santa Claus in the form of Kurt Russell, and we require his forceful feeding of good cheer more this holiday than ever.