How the stunning final chapter of the new "Apes" trilogy looks ahead to the 50 year-old original installment.
An in-depth discussion on the cry of “YOU MANIACS” heard ’round the world, 1968’s PLANET OF THE APES.
On his debut feature film, "Columbus," starring John Cho.
Matt and Alison discuss writer/director Marti Noxon's ("Buffy" "UnREAL") latest project, the Netflix original about a young woman battling anorexia.
On the heels of making her biggest Hollywood movies in years, Jean Seberg becomes involved with two black radicals, one a cousin of Malcolm X who spouted violent, anti-white rhetoric, the other a leader of the Black Panthers.
We discuss the box-office hit starring Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, and Queen Latifah. Then, an interview with the showrunner of Midnight, Texas about her career and the NBC supernatural drama.
Time, the afterlife and use of music in David Lowery's genre-defying new film and Herk Harvey's classic cult film.
David Lowery's horror-drama gets paired up with the creepy cult film from director Herk Harvey.
The controversial Netflix show’s depictions of suicide and sexual assault. Then, an interview with the host of Slate’s new docuseries about Muslim American identity.
Some ghosts, some gore and a super-pig make Adam and Josh's best of the year (so far) countdown.
A recommendation for James Gray's new jungle adventure - and more movies about dashing, daring adventurers available to rent or stream.
Adam and Josh reunite to talk Underoos and bed sheets - and offer some contrary thoughts on Edgar Wright's latest.
Joanna and David from "A Cast of Kings" moderate the "Ghosts of Westeros" panel at Con of Thrones, chatting with actors who've played beloved characters, all of whom met brutal ends on Game of Thrones.
Jean takes a chance on a French film critic turned first-time director, and Jane gets her own invitation to come make a movie in Paris.
On how the show pulls from her personal life and Latinx representation on screen.
Jean Seberg makes her first two films for tyrannical director Otto Preminger. Meanwhile, Jane Fonda moves to New York, joins the Actors Studio, and tries to define herself.
"It's my story and no one else's."
Introducing our new series, “Jean and Jane,” exploring the parallel lives of Jane Fonda and Jean Seberg.
More from Brown Girls creators Fatimah & and Sam Bailey
Adam and Michael Phillips review the new film "It Comes At Night" and offer each other a shoulder to cry on for their Top 5 Movies About Grief.
Vulture's Matt Zoller-Seitz talks with Michael McKean and Peter Gould about AMC's Better Call Saul at this year's Split Screens Festival.
Adam and Josh - bound by the Lasso of Hestia - review Patty Jenkins's "Wonder Woman" and confess their Top 5 Movie Religious Experiences.
On making the leap from indie films, the rarity of black female protagonists in YA, and addressing criticism about how her new movie portrays disability.