A twitter-rage review of the latest Superman adventure.
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.