Film & TV

Logan and the Superhero Movie's Redemption Arc

Logan is a great film—and it's a sign of greater things to come in the superhero genre.

by SHILPA SARAVANAN

T2 Trainspotting and Destructive Masculinity

Director Danny Boyle talks drug addiction and his sequel fears

by DALTON DESTEFANO

A Definitive Ranking of Rihanna's Music Videos

You're welcome. 

by MICHAELA REITANO

New Film Carrie Pilby Inspired by Author's Time at Penn

Caren Lissner’s (C’93) best selling novel, Carrie Pilby, will be hitting the big screen within the next few weeks.

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

Kedi: Review and an Interview with director Ceyda Torun

This documentary about cats on the streets of Istanbul is both adorable and moving.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

Documentaries to Help you Study for Midterms

The best way to prepare for an exam is almost certainly to do all of the assigned readings when they’re assigned.

by BOWMAN COOPER

Why I'm Tired of Science Fiction Films

Houston, we have a problem.

by EMILY CIESLAK

Academy Awards Drinking Game: Take Two

The 89th Annual Academy Awards is upon us, so it’s time to pull out the champagne flutes, shot glasses, and a nice bottle of Dom Perignon to drink while attendees can’t.

by HALLIE BROOKMAN

The Oscars are a Man's World

The Best Picture category has been a bro–fest for years, and it’s time to talk about it.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

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

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

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