Marielle Heller's debut film is a rare gem: a frank, funny exploration of young female sexuality, delivered without exploitation or admonishment.
In a medium rampant with stories of horny teenage boys, Marielle Heller's exploration of young female sexuality—delivered without exploitation or admonishment—is something to celebrate.
The Unaffiliated Critic is back from vacation, with a few quick recommendations and some vague plans for the future…
With apologies for the reviews not written, The Unaffiliated Critic is taking a break to get hitched.
As the season ends with brutal examples of the Father's justice, we look to the Mother—and the mothers—to teach us all a kinder way.
We enter the Church of Hannibal Lecter: but are we praying to him, or for protection from him?
What shall it profit a man if he gains the Iron Throne, but loses his soul?
Who can be trusted on Orphan Black? The answer may be more troubling than we thought…
The season premiere of Hannibal has a serious question for us: are we observing, or are we participating?
Game of Thrones has always been about "us vs. them," but former enemies are finding common ground as the walls tumble down around them.
In which we spend some time on Planet Alison, and explore Orphan Black's "pro-family" agenda…
After a season of empathy, Louie hits the road and lets himself be an asshole.
As snow descends on Westeros, the battle lines between ice and fire are becoming clearer.