Andrew and Cat chat about the first episode of Downton Abbey, Season 4.
Catherine is drawn to Neil Gaiman’s latest fairy tale through the old magical women that have populated our myths for centuries.
These are a few of Cat’s least favorite things from 2013
Benedict Cumberbatch’s activism and Tatiana Maslaney’s incredible performance highlight Cat’s take on 2013.
Delaney, the “funniest man on twitter” wrote a ponderous and decidedly unfunny memoir.
Orphan Black’s investigation of the Nature vs. Nurture debate captivated Catherine. She’s waiting eagerly for more.
The worst films to ever get the Oscar—and the masterpieces that were unfairly snubbed.
Catherine explains how Fox’s new drama Sleepy Hollow won her over, despite a fondness for Tim Burton’s kooky horror classic.
Bava, like Sergio Leone, stripped away the romanticism of Hollywood genre film-making and produced a body of legendary but mostly unseen of horror films.
A team of husband and wife economists review Image’s new Pretty Deadly.