Keiynan talks about looking forward to a future where labels aren't needed.
We dive into Ava DuVernay’s latest. Then, a conversation with Bim Adewunmi and Antonia Cereijido about representations that made us feel ashamed or embarrassed.
First-time guest Kirk Hamilton on the second season's slow burn, plus BoJack Horseman, being worse than jazz, and more!
Investigation Discovery on a horrifyingly prolific UNSUB, and Mike Dunn on Michelle McNamara's book on the same perpetrator: The Golden State Killer.
Love, Simon is the first major studio movie to have a gay teen lead.
The girls parody twenty years of prestige films, but are they destined for the Oscars or the Razzies? And what does Nancy Pelosi think about it? Your questions are answered in this EPIC OLD-SCHOOL RECAP.
The show breaks format to follow a half dozen characters one by one through their latest setbacks.
Ava DuVernay's adaptation of the sci-fi/fantasy classic is as trippy and apocalyptic as "Annihilation." But, you know, for kids.
An extra-long trip to a 'shocking reveal' makes for the franchise's all-time worst episode.
Ahead of the 90th Academy Awards, we discuss Chile’s Foreign Language Film nominee and revisit conversations with two first-time directors.
Adam and Josh work through Alex Garland's latest mind-bender and kick off the show's 4th annual March Madness-style tourney.
Don't be fooled by the inappropriately cutesy name; Investigation Discovery's latest limited series is DARK. Chris and Allison Lowe Huff return to discuss that show, plus a multi-platform New York story.
The uneasy charms of the Safdie brothers' New York set-thriller starring Robert Pattinson.
Which queens are Studio 54-to-the-floor, and which ones are disco-no-she-betta-don't?
On her career, her process, and what it’s like working with Ryan Coogler and Beyonce.
What did Guillermo Del Toro see in Jack Arnold's horror-sci-fi classic that inspired him to make his own fish-man movie?
Occupants of a non-plural marriage Sarah D. Bunting and Dan Patrick Brady on A&E's latest cult investigation, and other Mormon-related crime properties.
Our '90s-est friend, Stephanie Green, returns to talk about Netflix's '90s-set coming-of-age story!
The latest Snatch Game falls flat
Guillermo Del Toro's Best Picture nominee is "Black Lagoon" fan fiction.
Jacob Tobia talks about what they describe as the great unfinished business of their gender exploration: figuring out what it means to be desired as a transfeminine person.
"Black Panther" praised, plus superhero projects for Jordan Peele, Greta Gerwig, Ana Lily Amirpour and more.
American Crime Story explores the fear of rejection, the battle between pride and shame, and a Don't Ask Don't Tell comic book (uch).
The panel plus Joe Reid try to stay zen about Alan Ball's latest HBO drama, plus Arrested Development for the Nonac and a very novel Game Time!
A Bachelor-themed improv challenge, a glorious runway, and a timeless lip sync create an all-time classic episode.
On Netflix’s new documentary, Seeing Allred.
His Oscar-nominated Churchill and five more essential Oldman roles.
A discussion of how David Wain's latest works together with his cult comedy classic "Wet Hot American Summer."