We don’t fully trust our narrators yet—but we trust Monica Byrne’s deft handling the story so far.
Stake contributor Margaret LaFleur begins recapping HBO’s newest drama.
10 movies that show us how America falls short of its ideals—and hope that it might be better someday.
The new novel by the writer of Eat, Pray, Love tells a story of female empowerment and fulfillment in an era when such things were harder to come by.
What should be done when fictional monsters inspire real-life violence?
Cat found the violence and poetry of Wes Anderson’s latest all a part of an elaborate hoax of false nostalgia
Caliban inhabits the claustrophobic space horror genre, and does so with chilling effectiveness.
HBO’s new drama represents the next step in the evolving portrayal of gay characters on TV.
Andrew and Chris disagree about what it’s all for, in the wake of terrific episode from director Alex Graves
Kate Kristopher is not a damsel, she is not merely a masculine hero made into a heroine, and she is no simple cliché or stereotype