Film & TV

'The Neighborhood' is a ‘90s Racial Sitcom Accidentally Produced Today

'The Fresh Prince of Bel Air' meets 'Full House', but made in 2018. And not funny.

by ANNA COLLINS

Street's Guide to Ghibli Fest 2018

Because you're never too old for a Miyazaki movie. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

‘Big Mouth’ Season 2 Reaches Greater Depths Without Losing its Edge

In its second season, the Netflix original comedy has more to offer than just shock value.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

'I Feel Bad' is Better Than It Seems

NBC's newest offering has the premise of a bad sitcom, but it shines through it.

by ANNA COLLINS

Years Later, 'The Predator' Still Can't Be Killed

The sci–fi reboot is predictably nonsensical, and predictably...okay.

by SAM KESLER

An Emmy Sweep for 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' is a Bad Thing

By winning 5 major Emmy Awards, 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' blocks other deserving shows from getting recognition.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

Netflix's New Dark Comedy 'Maniac' Skewers Late Capitalism

Previewing the new limited series now streaming on Netflix.

by JAMES MORRISON

Student Filmmaker Spotlight: Sonari Chidi

With his documentary, "Shattering Refuge," Sonari hopes to inspire viewers to be the change instead of watching it from the sidelines.

by KARIN HANANEL

‘Disenchantment’ Had Us Disenchanted

The new fantasy series is full of hilarious stars, but lacks a certain magic.

by SAM KESLER

New Horror Film 'The Nun' is Overkill

Unless you need to know the premise behind 'The Conjuring 2,' don't bother.

by RILEY WAGNER

Recent Critique of 'Star Trek' on 'Black Mirror' Falls Short

Black Mirror is just one of many shows to get the iconic series all wrong. 

by ANNA COLLINS

Movies to Look Out for at the New York Film Festival

Catch these films now before they get Oscar noms.

by KATE LINDENBURG

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

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