Followed to the letter, these best practices will ensure you always go “one and done.”
Delmer Daves' difficult to categorize The Red House—thriller, film noir, and gothic horror—film from 1947.
The notorious erotic thriller is gleefully anti-moral.
Just TikTok? Get rid of everything now.
Smart tactic: bring back the bunt.
Stephen King’s original story was filled with more hate than Hollywood can manage.
Delays put Enzo, Isadora, and Giuseppe together in the air for a few more hours in January 1996.
10,000 gecs is Papa Johns by way of Papa Roach.
The basketball coach has shown no remorse for his sins.
Substantial fiction is still available. You just have to search harder.
The enduring warmth of Jackie Brown.
It’s a movie that's overlong, paced horribly, little momentum and cliches about grief, addiction, the opioid crisis and teenage rebellion.
Panic is a state that advances the State—without the consent of the governed.
It’s the newest reality for the latest greatest generation of surreal fad culture.
Let’s go back to the 1950s.
Before the pandemic lockdowns in 2020, there was already an increase of teenagers, mostly girls, reporting higher levels of depressive symptoms and engaging in suicidal behaviors.
Really, I’m not sure how some of us did it.
Fiftysomething and spending too much time in open-back robes for colonoscopies and beyond.
Fading memories learn to forget: The Doors, Felt Forum and The Blue Lady.
The former president’s volatile fans ought to ignore any indictment hoopla next week.
A search for true love goes all wrong.
Fledgling writers omit crucial information.
Everyone who was involved in the making of the film reflects its perfection.
Everyone should walk around naked. I’m first.
On an episode called "What Are Our Young Novelists Up To?"
Time-travelling in my mind. What year is it (#280)?
The actress talks about her career and her role in Scream, "which opens this Friday."
Singing the theme from The Spy Who Loved Me on Martha's Vineyard in her first live performance in seven years.
The author on PBS over 30 years ago.
The former President on PBS three days after the 1992 presidential election.
Uncle Pete’s smile lit up all of Queens. What Year Is It (#278)?
The director talks about his 1974 classic starring Pam Grier on Trailers from Hell.
The signature song by the British acid house band.
An interview promoting her album Bedtime Stories.
Behind the scenes of the beloved 1977 James Bond film, starring Roger Moore and Barbara Bach.