Film & TV

Can 'American Horror Story' Redeem Itself with Apocalypse?

A look at this season’s premiere episode and what it means for the future of AHS.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

How 'BoJack Horseman' Season 5 Gets Wrong So Right

The show continues to define boundaries because, not in spite of, its caustic comedy.

by ANA WEST

'Peppermint': Dull, Underwhelming, and a Little Bit Racist

Jennifer Garner was the saving grace of an otherwise terrible action movie.

by MARYANNE KOUSSA

Genre–Defying Mockumentary American Vandal Shines Again in Season Two

The Netflix original takes a second stab at representing youth culture: this time, with poop pranks.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Movies to Watch from the Toronto International Film Festival

Don't miss these six movies from TIFF that will hit theaters this fall.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Movies and More at These Cinematic Philly Spots

Yeah, wearing pajamas is cool, but have you flung rice at a movie theater screen with 100 other people watching Rocky Horror Picture Show?

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Your Guide to the Ingmar Bergman Series at the Lightbox Film Center

This September series celebrates the 100th anniversary of the filmmaker's birth by showing his films on weekends and Thursdays.

by ANA WEST

Why It's Still Sunny in Philadelphia

A love letter to the TV staple that’s still showing the world Philly’s sense of humor.

by ANA WEST

To Hollywood and Back with Zach Fox

How one of Penn’s own carved out a spot for himself in the entertainment industry.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Moviemaking Lessons from "Film in Philly 101"

Future Spielbergs and Scorceses, learn how to make your movie dreams come true in Philadelphia. 

by ANA WEST

The Rise and Fall of MoviePass

Evaluating movie theater subscriptions services like MoviePass and its competitors.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

HBO's 'Sharp Objects' and The Music of Murder

How the soundtrack of "Sharp Objects" may have hinted at its killer. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Student Filmmaker Spotlight: Daniel Fradin and Kyle Rosenbluth

How a freshman year friendship turned into a filmmaking partnership that's out to tackle climate change.

by ANA WEST

'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' is Sweetly Refreshing

The new Netflix film featuring an Asian–American lead is almost too relatable, and people are loving it.

by CASS PHANORD

"Insatiable" is Not Even Worth A Hate–watch

Netflix's latest is as bad as everyone says it is—if not worse.

by ANA WEST

"Crazy Rich Asians" and "Sorry to Bother You" Bring New Dimension to Class Representation

Race and class representations made summer films stand out.

by ANA WEST

'Skate Kitchen': Brash, Lively, Beautiful, and Feminist

The upcoming indie film is all about a girl gang—it's ballsy, lively, and beautiful, just like its main characters.

by ANGELA LIN

Review: 'Eighth Grade' Paints a Refreshing Teen Portrait

Some high–school movies romanticize teenagers' lives, while others only focus on their struggles. But 'Eighth Grade' does neither.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Filmmaker Lauren Greenfield on ‘Generation Wealth,’ Morals & Capitalism

Hedge–fund executives, porn stars, and rich kids: in her newest documentary, Greenfield delves deep into the lifestyles and mentality of the upper echelon.

by CAT DRAGOI

Watch it Before it Goes: What's Leaving Netflix This July

Catch these films before they go.

by RILEY WAGNER

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