Jeremy is joined by Jackie English and Marc Winegust for Cats!
Review of the 2022 Oscar-nominated Animated Shorts including Boxballet, Affairs of the Art, Robin Robin, Bestia, and Windshield Wiper.
Netflix's animated anthology film The House is a must for fans of independent animation with its offbeat trio of films about home.
That Shelf speaks to director Will Sharpe about his new feature, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Michelle Pfeiffer gives her best performance in years in this wry comedy.
Remember those movies that deserved to win Best Picture but didn't? The Academy is famous for making poor decisions, so we're looking back at the past decade to try to set the record straight and award the right movies and performers with Oscar gold.
Includes links to three of the nominees!
Our picks and predictions for Sunday's Golden Globe Awards
There’s a reason Cats has been called an “unfilmable musical”, but the music in Tom Hooper’s bizarre CGI monstrosity is the least of the movie’s problems.
With its star-studded cast, Tom Hooper’s upcoming Cats adaptation is by far the year’s most bizarre awards contender.
Jon falls in love with his Wii U and Eric ponders Ether One and Steam refunds on this week's episode of the WhaleCast.
Full disclosure: I’m a fiend for pugs. It’s for this reason (among a long list of others) that I think Gemma Correll’s comics are some of the most amazing art pieces ever.
For my very first “Ladies Make Comics Too,” meet Kate Leth; she’s a great indie artist who wishes people would stop asking (anyone, ever), “What’s it like to be a woman in comics?”, and would love to see more mainstream comics with empowered women who aren’t objectified.
Miranda July has a fascination for strangers, and how the comforts of the ordinary life perhaps become so comfortable that our reaction is to break out in rather unconventional and perhaps inadvisable ways. These themes that she explored in her first film, You and Me and Everyone We Know – the desire to find yourself through other people, and make some sort of connection – are taken to even deeper and richer heights in her new film The Future.