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Captain America: Civil War not only single-handedly validates the “shared universe” model of storytelling but is the greatest superhero film of the modern era....

There’s a chance that whether or not you usually agree with me, you’re probably going to disagree with me about High-Rise. It’s the kind...

What began on a street corner in Boone, North Carolina over 15 years ago has now come full circle for the Grammy Award-winning, genre-bending...

On April 21, after 39 albums, seven Grammy Awards and a legacy that’s almost impossible to match, Prince left his planet. It feels wrong to...

Hailing from the live music capital of Austin, Texas, multi-instrumentalist Max Frost grew up in an environment that fostered an appreciation for music —...

The stoner film, a film in which a massive part of its plot involves or revolves around its main characters smoking marijuana, is one...

In a way, The Jungle Book feels like the sequel to Avatar that we never got (and despite James Cameron’s promises, probably never will...

I never thought any film would make me feel secure about my masculinity, but Hardcore Henry solidified that my insecurities do not run anywhere...

In a way, I’m grateful for 50 Shades of Grey because the Dom/sub relationships of that story have given me a culturally relevant way...