As the genre has grown in scope, the mainstream conversation around it has narrowed.
Candyman, Night of the Living Dead, and more.
The Oscar-nominated actress talks about why playing Walter’s fiercely protective mother was so much more than mastering an accent.
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From the beginning, Prudence is more than a mere mean girl.
From Miss Wardwell’s fabulous green robe to Sabrina’s Dark Baptism dress.
“The way that Eartha Kitt carried herself was very elegant, but so powerful. She was like a conjure woman.”
The witchy teen drama offers chills, delights, and an intriguing spin on a young woman’s quest for freedom.
I wanted to like the CW’s reboot of Charmed. But it’s the wrong show coming at the right moment.
A panel of critics discuss Wesley Morris’s New York Times essay and some of the biggest anxieties plaguing criticism today.
Much like Issa herself, Insecure needs to decide what it wants to be.
Sanaa Lathan can’t save this mess.
I hate to break out this hoary cliché, but it fits.
The surprise return of Issa’s ex feels both unearned and deflated.
No film better synthesizes his appeal than Boogie Nights.
“Milk” is equal parts jarring and beguiling.
Ending its third season on a note of unfettered joy feels quietly radical.
25 years later, this ’90s sitcom about love, friendship, and black identity continues to delight.
Some truths come to light as Camille makes a connection with a suspect in the series’ penultimate episode.