It’s shaping up to be an incredible year for movies — movies that can’t come out soon enough. Here’s what to read in the meantime.
We all love a whiff of literature in our movies and TV. Witness the countless articles kvelling over the references to The Yellow King, Robert W. Chambers’ 1885 collection of[...]
Frank Underwood and Hillary Clinton have both set their sites high up on the Hill; one can’t help but draw parallels.
At this lovely time of year, we’re sighing and smiling over the many ways film characters bare their hearts for the ones they love. “When Love speaks, the voice of[...]
Cary Fukunaga may be the savior of ‘IT,’ Slate is claiming to be the harbinger of doomed punctuation, and more in our daily roundup.
Historically, with British TV dramas adapted for U.S. audiences, failure is the most common result — but not so with ‘House of Cards.’
In the fall of 1922, F. Scott Fitzgerald, along with his notorious better-half Zelda, triumphantly returned to New York to celebrate the publication of his short story collection Tales of[...]