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 movie is a dour affair, but an excellent sequel built on bizarre performances and a sense of the seriousness of its subject matter.
This documentary about the early history of AIDS activism tells a thrilling and heartbreaking story that demands to be seen.
Was JFK killed by a lone gunman or in a broader conspiracy? In Don DeLillo’s speculative history of the assassination, the answer is both—and neither.
In this horror masterpiece, it isn’t houses that are haunted. It’s people.
A strong debut novel about a difficult topic.
Catherine explains how Fox’s new drama Sleepy Hollow won her over, despite a fondness for Tim Burton’s kooky horror classic.
David Lynch’s iconic film finds horror in the banal. It’s as potent and disturbing today as when it appeared in 1986.
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.