So Fake It’s Scary: ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ and the Unending Satire of the Art World
Dan Gilroy’s newest film is a familiar sendup of an oft-mocked world—but its flimsiness might be its most insightful quality
2018 Was a Breakthrough Year for Asians in Hollywood—but Not at the Oscars
Since 2015’s #OscarsSoWhite, the Academy has made an effort to foster more diversity among its nominees. This year’s nominations suggest that effort is still developing.
Mommy Issues: ‘Bird Box,’ ‘Hereditary,’ ‘A Quiet Place,’ and the Year of Horror Movie Mothers
Sandra Bullock’s new dystopian horror-drama for Netflix is the latest in a trend about the essential and often horrifying nature of motherhood
Claire Foy Season: On the Rapid—and Timely—Rise of a Breakout British Actress
With starring roles in ‘The Crown,’ ‘First Man,’ and the upcoming ‘Girl in the Spider’s Web,’ Foy is attempting a full Hollywood crossover. What is it about her performances that makes Foy so right for 2018?
And Then There Were Vlogs: How ‘A Simple Favor’ and ‘Searching’ Reimagine the Mystery Movie With a Modern Twist
Now, Agatha Christie is extremely online
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Is One of the Most Important Movies of 2018. But Is It Good?
And in the year of ‘Black Panther,’ how is success defined for a movie with this much cultural weight?
Can Horror Movies Be Prestigious?
‘Hereditary’ is the latest example of an "elevated" horror movie that has found an audience. After the success of ‘Get Out’ and ‘A Quiet Place,’ what do these movies mean for the future of the genre?