The Misogyny of FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan

By Melissa Bradshaw With the long-awaited adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel The Handmaid’s Tale finally streaming on Hulu, viewers …

Lost Girls: A Conversation About Fantastical Filmmaker Jean Rollin

By Ian MacAllister McDonald If you were a horror fan back in the late ‘90s or early aughts then you …

Making Meaning at Coachella, in an Era of Collapse

On Saturday, as nearly 100,000 youths blissed out to a lineup that included Lady Gaga, Bon Iver and ScHoolboy Q …

Do You Sense the Layers? – Vija Celmins at The Matthew Marks Gallery

By Sam Sackeroff What is found in a “found object”? That question, like many questions that have animated postwar American …

Why Afrofuturism Matters

By Elizabeth Reich You’re already a consumer of Afrofuturist art, though you may not know it. On either television or …

S-Town: When a Podcast Becomes a Book

By Nic Dobija-Nootens Near the end of the first episode of the new crime podcast S-Town, from the makers of …