It’s the only way American can heal from Trump’s damage.
I can’t remember specific plot points from movie to movie, but there's no denying that they're fun, and that includes the new one. A-
College graduates don’t need advice from “humorists” like Jason Gay.
Biden’s desire to move on from Trump and forgive Republicans fits in with America’s political history at least since Watergate.
Apparently a size 10 in Japan is actually a size 9.5 in the U.S.
Rick Alverson’s “anti-narrative” The Mountain is little more than Yorgos Lanthimos cosplay. D
Another renaissance in Brooklyn.
Nasty man asking his questions, rubs Ben Shapiro’s face in the dirt.
Author Natasha Tynes is the Twitter mob’s latest victim.
Discovering classic and obscure cinema via the newly-launched Criterion Channel.
Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project is a stunning new documentary about a fascinating woman. A+
I used to be a supporter, but it's hard to get excited about someone who has little chance of winning.
A statement about threats and violence against cat colleagues.
We’re all cancelled here, and this is why we have the freedom to perform this way.
Paleocon Diary (#172).
The Montaigne Project on guns and Stoicism.
A silver dollar moon hypnotized.
Pat Buchanan wants to charge you more.
Her “warm feeling” comment on the Holocaust is bizarre, even when taken in context.
It was 80 years ago, and survival depended on twists of fate.
All he needs now is a commemorative postage stamp.
Or instead, vote progressive.
Los Angeles is full of surprises.
A tourist guide on how to stay high on khat in Addis Ababa and keep it legal.
From the album Zero Player Game, available now on Ehse Records.
The latest in a five year string of excellent film and cultural criticism from Renegade Cut.
The new film by Olivier Assayas (Personal Shopper, Clouds of Sils Maria).
An old solo demo of a song that ended up on Girlpool's latest album What Chaos is Imaginary?
A soap commercial directed by Ingmar Bergman featuring Andersson's first on screen appearance.
A new album by Chad Beattie out now on Sara Laughs Records.
Oh my stars!
Live improvisations and interviews captured in a short documentary.
Living legend best known for her role as tut-tutting Jessica Fletcher on Murder, She Wrote in a puff piece interview for Australian TV recorded last fall.
A rare appearance from two of America's most famous silent movie stars.
Full show shot by Thomas Kessler.
Radio show programmed by Animal Collective's Geologist (Brian Weitz).