At Gayly Dreadful, Terry Mesnard reviews Amy Seimetz’s She Dies Tomorrow (2020). “She Dies Tomorrow is the sophomore feature from Amy Seimetz and it is a doozy of experimental cinema and existential dread. It defies typical narrative progression, instead flitting from character to character as whatever ennui this […]
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators hosted an online event with Judy Blume. You can follow along with what she has to say on Twitter.
“To watch Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is to take a master class in image construction. In 2011, she severed professional ties with her father and former manager, Mathew Knowles, who’d had a strong hand in controlling her image. In the nine years since, she has evolved dramatically as a […]
Science Fiction Editor Keith Allison is on another mission of galactic import. In the meantime, enjoy this piece he wrote on Moon Zero Two and the science fiction movies of 1968. ~~~ 1968 was a big year for science fiction. 1969 was a big year for science over […]
On the fifth anniversary of We Bare Bears, Daniel Chong talks about making the show.
At RogerEbert.com, Matt Zoller Seitz writes on Christopher Reeves and Richard Donner’s Superman (1978). “The movie feels like a case of an entire production rising to the level of its lead actor, who happens to be playing the biggest square in the galaxy, a guy who would rather […]