Film & TV

A Look at the 2017 Oscar Nominated Short Films

The true gems of Oscar season.

by MICHAELA REITANO

Kinoki Society Presents: 48 Hour Film Challenge for Arts Equality

48 Hours. 0 Excuses. 

by LAUREN DONATO

Fifty Shades Darker: A Comedic Opening Night

Come for the sex, stay for the helicopter crashes and washed up popstar extras.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

Cuffed and Scuffed: TV's Best and Worst Couples

The thin line between loving and loathing.

by SABRINA QIAO

Street's All–Time Favorite Sex Scenes

The sweet, the steamy, and the raunchy.

by MICHAELA REITANO

2 Hours with the Philadelphia Psychotronic Film Society

It's not like you'd think.

by JAKE MATTIS

Brian Koppelman, Screenwriter, on Why “There Should Not Be Such Thing as a Screenwriter”

How making it as a screenwriter is a lesson for us all.

by EMILY HASON

February's Philly Film Showcase: An Homage to Love

The Philadelphia Film Society hosted its monthly showcase on Friday night—an exhibition that highlights new projects by Philly’s up-and-coming filmmakers.

by MICHAELA REITANO

Best Shows to Watch High

We'll make the decision for your baked and indecisive ass.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Sundance Standouts: What We're Excited for in 2017

We didn't have to go to Park City to know what's good.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

A Look at HBO's Series "Westworld," From a Newbie

Westworld might sound like an ordinary amusement park, but it's the furthest thing from it. 

by MICHAELA REITANO

Shyamalan's Split is Clunky and Less than Frightening

Another movie tries to tackle multiple personality disorder

by DAYZIA TERRY

'I am Not Your Negro' Spotlights a Civil Rights Leader who Lived in the Shadows

America still can’t come up with a good answer.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

Streaming Now: The Best Movies on Amazon Prime

Netflix Who?

by SAM SANDERS

It's Happening Again: Twin Peaks Returns in May 2017

Time to get up to speed.

by MEERABELLE JESUTHASAN

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