Dan Gilroy has created a strange masterpiece with Velvet Buzzsaw.
New Ted Bundy Netflix documentary is the strangest development in our cultural fixation with true crime.
Self-help advice from a New York Times writer about boredom not quite on the mark.
Proper villains and improper dialogue.
MQ begins a new career as an Internet influencer and vlogger.
Brag hags at the Times versus Moira Rose.
Gillette wants in on #MeToo because it wants to sell razors to the parents of teens.
If people who go to comedy shows expect moralism instead of ugly truths, there's not much future in comedy for women.
It pushes progressives’ buttons, and they want the show canceled.
We are seeing how the Internet impacts the physical world.
A look at the decluttering star’s new series.
This isn’t the way people have always lived.
There are things more twisted than Riggleman.
Some of Brooker's ideas can be followed like trails into recent quandaries.
His films rarely have moments of peace and unity.
The Bling Mac dropped off radar.
Leonardo may have sexually abused a young boy.
How not to be responsible with great power.
Still watching shows like a dumb old idiot? Stop!
Steely Dan and Godard affect the Victorian era.
Manhattan’s packed for the holidays, but no one’s there.
An episode from 1972, when talk shows let people talk.
The FDA’s menthol cigarette prohibition plan is patronizing to African-Americans.
The Boston Red Sox are charming, just like John Waters.
A chatterbox conversation in Baltimore with two longtime friends, no politics allowed.
John McCain wasn’t an American hero. Nor was Aretha, but she was 100 times more fun.
A bizarre, hallucinatory voyage into the minds of very average and very insane Americans.
A futile thumbs-down to Uber.
Baby Boomer guilt, especially among the wealthy, doesn’t wash.