Public humiliation, '50s housewives and countless riddlesIn Pod We Trust:Bingeworthy:
Here we are, living though another sweltering hot week while we wait for the sweet release of air conditioning to take us away on its centrally cooled wings.
The skinny on Slender Man
Making a movie about Slender Man in 2018 is akin to making a biopic about the creators of the Macarena. The time has passed.
Middle school will always be the same
If I make something half as beautiful as Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" during the course of my life, I will die a satisfied man. Making a coming-of-age movie can be such a gutsy proposition because of our individualized middle school and high school experiences.
When "Fake News" disguises itself as documentary
It's somewhat exhausting living in a time in which "Fake News" has become a rallying cry.
Love him or hate him, no one works harder than Cruise
I really want to know when Tom Cruise became the white Jackie Chan.
Was the service always too good to be true?
We all knew MoviePass was too good to be true, right?
Denzel shoots his way through another bloody mess
I really don't ask for much when it comes to action movies.
Checking in on 2018 Best in Show
Now that we're a little over halfway done with the year, it's nice to look back and see the highlights, lowlights and skid marks so far.
A dispatch from an actual customer of the last Blockbuster—right here in Bend
When I called the last Blockbuster on Earth to set up a discussion with general manager Sandi Harding, a clerk had to take a message because she was in the middle of an interview with CBS.
Ant-Man and the Wasp are growers, not showers
Warning: Vague spoilers for "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Civil War" follow.
"The First Purge" shoots for the face
It's kind of amazing how close the "Purge" movies come to being biting satires of modern American culture.