Queerty on what we should have in the screening room.
During ‘An Astrophysicist Goes to the Movies,’ Mr. Neil deGrasse Tyson called science educator Bill Nye, who urged the public to address climate change.
Born in what’s now Bangladesh, Dutt breathed his last in Kolkata decades ago.
Emmy Potter of CultureSonar shares some of the best episodes of a podcast sure to delight all movie lovers.
CultureSonar shares the works of Tim Dirks – a film fanatic who created an astonishing collection of movie lists and reviews.
What is the “kilig” factor?
Academy Award® -winners Jeremy Irons and Juliette Binoche are lovers locked in the grip of sexual obsession. Obsession so strong it drinks passion, breathes fire and consumes everything and everyone it touches.
“Get Carter” is the #1 British movie of all time that you probably haven’t seen.
From the screening room, Queerty shares the latest and greatest suggestions for your viewing pleasure.
A classic look back at at the Ham of Hollywood
Jesse Kornbluth reviews “A Face In The Crowd”, detailing just how close to home the story hits to today’s political scene.
School might be back in the swing of things, but weekends (even school nights) can be entertaining with these blasts from the past.
“The occasional psychopath may end up hugely successful; but – statistically speaking – many more end up in prison.”
Culture Sonar celebrates the life of Tom Hanks as the actor turns 60 this year.
Even the toughest men know it’s OK to cry.