For a couple of seasons now, the Legends have been riding high on their not-so-unofficial motto: “We screw things up for the better.” They have long followed Snart’s four essential rules—make the plan, execute the plan, expect the plan to go off the rails, throw the plan away—except they sometimes skip the first two rules. They are chaos. In RPG terms (hey wait come back), they are, as a team, chaotic good*. Sure, they make many mistakes, but sometimes they’re able to bounce back, or even...
Here goes: I’m a 32-year-old gay male and I have trouble staying out of my head during sex. I feel like there may be many issues. The one non-issue is that everything works fine on my own. When I’m single or “available,” I am okay. Let’s be honest: I’m a slut and I enjoy it. But when I invest in someone, when I’m
We talked to What We Do In The Shadows’ Natasia Demetriou about witches, harnesses, and Nadja's love of sperm.
Back in May, we reported that Batwoman star Ruby Rose would be leaving the CW show, which came as a surprise since it had already been renewed for a second season and, you know, she was Batwoman. At the time, the network said that it intended to recast the role with someone else, but in yet another surprise, it now
As a show of support for the Black community and the many people protesting against police violence, the music industry is observing today’s Blackout Tuesday campaign to draw attention to racial injustice and organizations like Black Lives Matter, but The Weeknd is taking things further and asking everyone else “with
Destin Daniel Cretton’s Just Mercy didn’t get a ton of attention when it received a wide theatrical release earlier this year (which is surprising because it has so many famous actors), but Warner Bros. is giving the movie another chance to reach people because of its unfortunately timely story about racial injustice
About 30 minutes into Abel Ferrara’s Tommaso comes a scene in which the title character, a sixtyish American filmmaker (and blatant Ferrara stand-in) who left New York to make a new life in Rome, sneaks out of his apartment at night. We follow him down a street, then an alley, then a set of stairs. The scene should
Nuance has never been a staple of social media, and bad-faith grifters have only served to increase instances of willful misinterpretation and dangerous games of online telephone. If you’re going to tell a joke, you have to either make it abundantly clear that it’s a joke or enter into it knowing that your goal is to
Among the many conversations being had these days in light of the protests against police violence and racial injustice is one about how cops are often portrayed on television, specifically the way they’re always held up as beacons of bravery and justness even as real-life cops are often
Like a handful of other celebrities, singer Halsey has joined the marching L.A. protesters fighting for justice in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. On Monday, the “You Should Be Sad” performer took to Instagram to not only share her experience, but to also call out the Los Angeles Police Department for deploying
Watch This offers movie recommendations inspired by new releases, premieres, current events, or occasionally just our own inscrutable whims. This week: It’s the start of Pride Month, so we’re looking back at some major or influential highlights of queer cinema.
In the four years since Yourself And Yours premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, Korean director Hong Sang-soo has made six additional features, all but the most recent of which have already been released in the U.S. What was the holdup on this one? In a sense, it can be considered reversion to the