Looking for negative takes on Greta Gerwig's directing debut? Look elsewhere.
Sarah D. Bunting and Eve Batey wonder whether a supercomputer, a smoker, and some circumstantial evidence is enough to crack a 50-year-old case.
Gardner talks Season 2 and personally connecting with her character, Charley Bordelon.
Adam and Josh celebrate the joyous new film from Agnes Varda, plus Josh weighs in on the latest from Todd Haynes and Yorgos Lanthimos.
Smash-ologists Tara Ariano, Kevin O'Keeffe, and Adam Grosswirth play judge and jury for a Lifetime movie and the next great crime-story musical!
David Sims of the Atlantic and the Blank Check podcast joins Alison to talk Noah Baumbach’s latest.
Q’orianka talks starring in Te’Ata, being typecast, and how her activism influences her work.
Part two in a pairing of Dustin Hoffman career bookends.
Dan Patrick Brady is back to discuss the season premiere and the show's 'talent' for asking stupidly obvious questions, plus 48 Hours on a wrongful conviction.
Separated by five decades, two tales of neurotics gone wild featuring the great Dustin Hoffman.
The late George A. Romero kicked off his career making a horror classic. An in-depth review of "Dead" and more horror directing debuts.
The filet of Baumbach.
Pitching episode plots for a hypothetical new entry in the Law & Order franchise.
The conversation continues with mixed reactions to 2049 and the many ways the new film is informed by its predecessor.
Leslie and Jill dig into Lyle and Erik's sexual abuse claims in E04; Sarah and Tara break it down!
What Weinstein fallout tells us about how we respond to sexual harassment and assault.
Only one of these films is a replicant.
Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff were two middle-aged, foreign, struggling actors who became huge stars thanks to Dracula and Frankenstein, the first two of a trend of monster movie hits released by Universal Studios during the 1930s.
Alan Sepinwall on Dick Wolf's latest unscripted crime show, plus choosing which crime producer should tackle legendary cases.