Zovinar Khrimian


Oscar Nominations: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises

Street's analysis of the Academy's choices for 2019

What You Missed Over Break: A Film and TV Breakdown

Here are all the noteworthy new movies, shows, and Netflix content for you to catch up on.

At Once Intimate and Expansive, 'Roma' is a Cinematic Marvel

Alfonso Cuarón’s virtuosic hand touches every part of this semi-autobiographical portrait.

‘Boy Erased’ Reflects on the Horrors of Conversion Therapy

Though it may leave you wanting more, Joel Edgarton’s adaptation of Garrard Conley’s memoir  is a heartbreaking story of self–discovery and a lack of acceptance.

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ is an Elegantly Bound Tale of Success and Loss

The biopic, starring Melissa McCarthy as Lee Israel, makes for a triumphant character study.

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

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

The Best and Worst Scary Movies on Netflix

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

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

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

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

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

Halloween Film Events to Catch in Philadelphia this October

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

‘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.

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.

Spice Up Your Night with Ceviche at Chalaco’s

This Peruvian spot is serving up fresh, colorful seafood with style.

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.

Movies to Watch from the Toronto International Film Festival

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

To Hollywood and Back with Zach Fox

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

The Rise and Fall of MoviePass

Evaluating movie theater subscriptions services like MoviePass and its competitors.

Review: ‘The Death of Stalin’ Revisits History with Dark Humor

Hilarious and timely, the film strikes satirical gold without losing touch of its source material.

Films to Help You Pass Your Finals

Why study when you can watch a movie instead?

Five Movies to Throw it Back to Middle School

In light of this year’s Fling headliners, there’s no shortage of nostalgia to go around.
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