Film & TV

Are Inclusion Riders Hollywood's Future?

Frances McDormand joins the fight for diversity in film—but can inclusion riders win it?

by ANA WEST

Street Picks from Philly SpringFest 2018

An LGBT drama, the story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and heaps of social commentary—head to Center City next weekend for all of these and more. 

by ANA WEST

TV Shows Returning Before the End of School

You could probably catch up to the 26th season in time for finals.

by TAMARA GELBAND

Netflix’s Best Mother–Daughter Relationships

Missing your mom? These shows might help.

by CHARLOTTE BAUSCH

Films to Help You Pass Your Finals

Why study when you can watch a movie instead?

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

The Spiciest Documentaries On Netflix

Cults, nuns, drag queens, and more take center stage in documentaries that you can stream right now.

by ANA WEST

Five Movies to Throw it Back to Middle School

In light of this year’s Fling headliners, there’s no shortage of nostalgia to go around.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

‘Aardvark’ is Unique in its Incompetence

If the stellar cast doesn’t convince you, the prospect of seeing the most absurd cinematic chaos in recent memory should. 

by CAT DRAGOI

Preparing for 'Westworld' Season Two

Spoiler warning: what should fans expect from the next chapter of this sci–fi Western?

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

'6 Balloons' Is a Gritty Story of Addiction and Love

Netflix's new indie film shows how drug dependence complicates family bonds.

by ANA WEST

Hasan Minhaj Gives Penn a Preview of His Upcoming Show

Minhaj brought his witty political satire to the crowd at the SPEC Comedy Night on Tuesday. 

by CAT DRAGOI

Eight New Movies to Watch This Summer

Spoiler alert: most of them are sequels. 

by TAMARA GELBAND

Cinemug is Philly's Coffee and Film Paradise

How the extinction of movie–rental shops gave birth to South Philly’s hidden cinephile cafe. 

by ANA WEST

‘Isle of Dogs’ Strikes Gold for Lovers of Dry Humor

Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ might be the best movie currently in theaters.

by CAT DRAGOI

Reconciling Personal Politics with the 'Roseanne' Reboot

How I tried, and failed, to hate the newest iteration of the iconic comedy show.

by ANA WEST

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