Revisiting 301, 302, Park Chul-soo’s Stylish Film About Food, Sex, and Other Horrors

Colin Marshall considers the grotesque sensory of experience of Park Chul-soo's film "301, 302."

Guadagnino’s Suspiria: Dark Dance for Dark Times

Gillian Jakab reviews Luca Guadagnino's remake of Dario Argento’s 1977 horror film, "Suspiria."

Jill Soloway Wants It All

Anna Dorn interviews Jill Soloway and reviews her new book "She Wants It."

For the Love of Melodrama: On Bohemian Rhapsody

Charles Taylor defends the Freddie Mercury biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody."

Imagining Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago’s “Never a Lovely So Real”

Eli Rudavsky reviews the Art Institute of Chicago's recent exhibition, "Never a Lovely So Real."

“The Republican Club”: A Teachable Moment

What might a conversation between student and professor about "The Republican Club" look like?

The Horror of Mandy’s Many Orgasms

Niv M. Sultan reviews Panos Cosmatos’s "Mandy," in which sex and death are one.