10 Nature Films to Remind You That the Outside World Still Exists (And Is, Like, Really Beautiful and Stuff)

Whether it’s adorable elephants, trippy bugs or surprisingly arresting patches of slime, there’s something here for anyone craving the great outdoors

The Unlikely Revival of ‘Salò,’ Cinema’s Most Sadistic Experience

How did this horrific movie become a meme — 45 years after the director was murdered? Shitposters and Italian-film scholars weigh in

The Essential Black-and-White Movies of the 21st Century

Unsettling horror movies. Kinky noirs. A Joy Division biopic. Who says you need color to make a great film?

‘Sorry We Missed You’ Takes a Buzz Saw to the Gig Economy

Ken Loach made a coronavirus masterpiece back when the gig economy still killed workers, but slowly and out of sight. His new film ‘Sorry We Missed You’ is harrowing.