As Tattoo in the original TV series—a character the new horror film practically erases—Herve Villechaize charted an infamously difficult path that cannot be ignored.
The son of Stephen King is a genre force in his own right. He opens up to Nick Schager about the new Netflix series “Locke & Key” and much more.
The Russian WWII-era drama tells the story of two women soldiers struggling to manage the lingering effects of war. And it is stunning, writes Cassie da Costa.
The recent Oscars recognized a whole bunch of movies about…actors and performers. And this year could be more of the same.
The “Real Time” host tried to minimize and defend Democratic candidate Mike Bloomberg’s recent comments on stop-and-frisk. It didn’t go well.
The Canadian pop superstar’s fifth studio album sounds a lot like the man he’s become, writes Tarpley Hitt.
Everything we can’t stop loving, hating, and thinking about this week in pop culture.