Solange’s visual album for “When I Get Home” was a toast not just to black culture, but to black American southern culture, afrofuturism, and the rise of the weird black girl.
A look back at “Get Out.”
— and the flickering politics of objectification vs. reclamation.
Sprinkle in a little action, a little thirst-trapping and a little horror, and you’ve got the perfect film, right? Or at least, the perfect excuse to get friends together for Marvel-related, goth thot outing.
The man behind the scribbly, warm drawings is illuminated at the Barbican.
Class wars, gender roles, religious struggles and family conflict make “A Separation” an intriguing mystery flick.
Go for the eye candy and stay for the eye candy. That’s all I can recommend in good conscience.
Getting to write about “Donnie Darko” gave me a chance to reflect on life as a young, angsty cinephile.
There’s nothing more delicious than throwing off your oppressors.
What wouldn’t you do for family?