Culture & Arts
From a horror comedy to family dramas and social allegories, some of the most interesting films at this year’s event are the ones few people are talking about.
The new film, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, isn’t exploitative. It’s just not executed well.
Some award shows have already made the shift, including the MTV Movie & TV Awards, the Gotham Awards and the Film Independent Spirit Awards.
Filmmaker Cord Jefferson’s hilarious satire, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, is also scattered with unformed ideas and characters.
The talk show host is facing significant criticism for the decision to return without her writers, who are WGA members currently on strike.
The first same-sex dating show premiered on Bravo 20 years ago — and it illuminated an obstacle that queer reality shows still face today.
Minhal Baig's movie, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, reflects on Black boyhood in '90s Chicago and the meaning of home.
Hulu's adaptation of Zakiya Dalila Harris' book tells the story of two Black female professionals in white corporate America — while maintaining the suspense.
In "The Cottage," Bundy and playwright Sandy Rustin deliver a "beautiful feminist message" through sexy and hilarious high jinks.
The show’s executive producer acknowledged the widespread criticism of recent seasons, promising a “warmer, kinder, sillier” show when it returns this fall.