Just like we did in the 90s between Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager, we’re once again arguing over which of the three currently airing Star Trek shows is the best.
There are a million ways to read “The Call of Cthulhu,” but this one sure is the prettiest.
She is the fantasy and the nightmare, all at once.
An old lady gets knocked off by her husband and servants in a relatively brutal opening, and the only witness is the cat. So far so good.
The horror of Dracula, right in your inbox.
What these recordings offer in their canonization of different variations is a juxtaposition that glimpses lives and careers.
Black men in the West are offered two models for existing and neither have room for queerness.
One of the longest enduring myths in cinema was how there were supposedly two distinct endings to 1962’s King Kong vs Godzilla.
“It matters little to be born in a duck-yard when one comes from a swan’s egg!”
Like Green’s novels, mine is not a love story.
Our pick for best thing on the internet that makes the pandemic bearable.
Do not party like it’s 2019. Wear masks. Be socially distant. Stay home.
It’s a representation of an archetypal feminine body, with little of the grace of that body’s tradition.
Welcome to one of my favorite movies and my ultimate revenge film: The Dressmaker.
“Even though the gods have the power to grant him infinite strength, they choose to wield Zagreus as yet another pawn…”
American man vs. communist ants.
Is human perception akin to a species-specific user interface?
“Legendary is a show that does a great job highlighting artists and creatives and queer folk with caring attention, rather than crass appropriation.”
She-Ra is about to enter its fifth season, and that’s because it’s good. It’s one of the goodest shows ever produced.
“I see auto-tune playing the same role in hip hop in the last two decades as photography played in art in the 19th and early 20th century.”
“Apparently, as he was making his latest film, Tom Hooper thought a lot about fucking these cats. But only the female ones.”
The strange case of two Holly Gibneys.
When the end of that world is nigh, goths will make the music to dance to.
Sara revisits the Pee-wee’s Playhouse Christmas Special.
To me, Joker is like a theatrically released omen.
“There’s always a chance to win in horror; there’s always light on the horizon, however distant. We hang in; we keep fighting.”
“I hope you don’t screw like you type.”
“The man pontificates. American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman has an opinion and he has decided that it must be heard.”
World of Tomorrow’s Emilies aren’t quite people . . . They’re one person split in two, and this blurs the line between Self and Other into nonexistence.
“Having all the music in the world readily available has not stopped kids from obsessively playing their favorite songs over and over. And over. And over. And three more times.”
A long running discussion about culture vs. canon between Gavin Craig and Elijah Beahm culminates in a thrilling head-to-head confrontation.
Harry Mackin explores the sound design of suffering in You Were Never Really Here.
We experimented with a different format for this issue of Exploits. Gavin Craig explains.
The preservation of videogames’ short, albeit eventful, history is fraught with challenges, its very value undermined by the industry’s biggest companies
Don’t underestimate the woman who levels you up.
“This is America” has been made into a dire warning for more than just the United States.
What happens when a fiction leaks out into the world and changes it?
Canon is a tricky thing, even for the people making it. Evidence: the new, streamlined Star Wars franchise’s continuity confusion.
“You had better hope that a higher power is ready to someday forgive you, it says, because I am not.”