Film & TV

All of The Harry Potter Movies, Ranked

Street's unofficial ranking of all of our favorite childhoods films.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

'The Happy Prince' Gets Lost in Its Art

 Rupert Everett’s directorial debut is too poetic for its own good. 

by ANNA COLLINS

'Suspiria' Delivers Highbrow Horror That Fails to Entertain

 Luca Guadagnino's remake is beautiful but exhausting. 

by JAMES MORRISON

Stop Remaking Old Disney Films

How nostalgia seeps from the big screen to other parts of our lives

by SOPHIA DUROSE

'An Elephant Sitting Still': A Four–Hour Masterpiece Leaving a Lifelong Impact

This Chinese film, directed by Bo Hu who died by suicide after filming, has left me in an emotional wreck.

by CHRISTY QIU

These 10 Films are the Best of the Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival

Tune into these films showing at Philadelphia's first ever film festival, running from November 3 – November 18.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Using Film to Bridge the Gap Between Students and Refugees

Penn FilmAid brought students out of the "Penn Bubble" by hosting an event with Loung Ung, former child soldier and refugee.

by RANIA ZAKARIA

Explore the Universality of Flavor with Netflix’s ‘Salt Fat Acid Heat’

This charming docuseries is an adventurous home cook’s dream.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Netflix's 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' is Horrifyingly Fun

If you're looking for a fall show that combines dark witchcraft with teenage angst, this show may be right up your alley.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

2018: 50 Years of 'Space Odyssey' at the Franklin Institute

For November, the Franklin Institute is screening the classic film that transformed science fiction.

by SHANNON ZHANG

'Heathers' Reboot is Awkward and Tone–Deaf

Paramount’s reboot of the 1989 classic fails where many high school shows do.

by ANNA COLLINS

'Beautiful Boy' is a Dark, Simmering Tale of Addiction and Family

Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet play father and son in this haunting drama.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Netflix Delivers Binge–Worthy Horror in 'The Haunting of Hill House'

A thoughtful show that delivers on genuine scares, Hill House is the binge–worthy entertainment you need this Halloween. 

by JAMES MORRISON

The Best and Worst Scary Movies on Netflix

Here are the films that you will want to add to your watchlist this Halloween.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN and SAM KESLER

Five Election Movies to Get You Pumped to Vote

Watch these classics to get in the voting mood on November 6. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

‘Her Body and Other Parties’ To Be Adapted into a Dystopian TV series

The upcoming “feminist Black Mirror,” which will premiere on FX, is based on a collection of short stories by Penn’s former writer–in–residence Carmen Maria Machado.

by CAT DRAGOI

'The Sisters Brothers' is Bringing Back the Western

Antiheroes and an old–school vibe make for an unconventional buddy flick.

by SAM KESLER

Halloween Film Events to Catch in Philadelphia this October

 Celebrate spooky season across the city with your favorite horror flicks.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

‘The Wife’ is a Slow–Burning Reflection on Gender and Genius

A showstopping performance from Glenn Close elevates this dynamic relationship drama.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Coming of Age With ‘Whisper of the Heart’

Why this lesser–known Ghibli movie still speaks to me.

by SHANNON ZHANG

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