We explore the Coen Bros. film, Miller's Crossing and the theory that the story is really about finding freedom.
LaShawn Williams makes a case for why Tichina Arnold is one of the best comedic actresses working in Hollywood today.
While Ad Astra and The Final Girls are very different movies they are linked together by the common theme of coping with abandonment and grief.
We celebrate the 10th anniversary of Sucker Punch with an insightful retro on this under appreciated Zack Snyder gem.
Cameron Crowe wants to revisit Say Anything. We make a case for why this 32 year old film doesn't need a sequel.
Bruce Campbell, Anthony Perkins and other horror icons in commercials peddling everything from cologne to cereal.
ALMOST FAMOUS and SCHOOL OF ROCK illustrate the transformative power of music and its ability to change lives.
Why is it so hard for us to say goodbye to our favorite shows? We take a look at our thirst for nostalgia.
Lungile Ntuli gives us an insightful take on the filmography of pop culture icon, Beyoncé.
Jon Weidler sings the praises of Jon Waters' Cry-Baby without going full-on "Square." It's a hip musical, Daddy-O!
Cannibalism in horror isn't a new theme but Dumplings and Antiviral explore the forbidden practice in unique ways.
In this week's edition of We Need to Talk about, we look at Jim Carrey's magical performance in Bruce Almighty.