It’s hard not to be mesmerized by Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Phantom Thread.'
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Enters Uncharted Territory With “Despite Yourself”

What is both surprising and unsurprising at the same time is how predictable the direction of Star Trek: Discovery has been.

For The X-Files, “Home” Is Where the Horror Is

"Home" lives on in the annals of The X-Files storied history as an hour of chilling depravity and unceasing terror.

‘The X-Files: Fight The Future’ and the Bigness of Cinema

Fight the Future is almost structured as kind of a template for what a modern movie should look and move like. Whenever the mystery gets a little too thick, some action cuts the tension.
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The 35 Best TV Shows of 2017 (Part 1)

After thousands of hours of cumulative consumption, here is Goomba Stomp's definitive list of the Best TV of 2017.
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10 Years Later: Paul Thomas Anderson Finally Kills His Idols in ‘There Will Be...

'There Will Be Blood' marks a change in Paul Thomas Anderson's filmmaking that coincides with the death of one of his inspirations, Robert Altman.
Hugh Jackman in "The Greatest Showman"

‘The Greatest Showman’ Is Only Fit for Suckers

'The Greatest Showman' covers up the more interesting facets of the man in favor of dangerous myth-making.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 30: Unwrapping ‘The Return’

Kate and Simon return to break down the behind-the-scenes extras on the S3 DVD set, among other topics.

‘The Last Jedi’ Blasts Star Wars Reverence into Meaningless, Fun Space Bits

Disney has essentially turned Star Wars into a Marvel movie, but it's still decent fun.

50 Years Later: What We Can Take From ‘Valley of the Dolls’

'Valley of the Dolls' may be reduced to “trashiness,” but we’d be denying its skill and sensitivity - and perhaps the value of trash.
Timothée Chalamet & Armie Hammer in "Call Me by Your Name"

‘Call Me by Your Name’ Is a Rapturous Celebration of First Love

'Call Me by Your Name' is a tender and sweet depiction of a budding romance.

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 15 – Narrative Thrust

The end of 2017 is nigh, which means 'tis the season for cramming in all the television nobody had time to watch during the...

50 Years Later: Where Is Today’s ‘Cool Hand Luke’?

Cool Hand Luke is a rebellious look at the struggle we all face from every aspect of restriction within the world we inhabit.