The Stroll is an astute, wide ranging, and comprehensive oral history of a place and time in New York City that suffered great stigmatization and hardship, but also one that fostered a strong sense of community among those who lived through it.
Made up exclusively of archival footage, directors Brian Becker and Marley McDonald’s era defining pastiche Time Bomb Y2K finds a comfortable balance between history, nostalgia, and modern social commentary.
Love to Love You, Donna Summer chronicles the life and career of an iconic artist who rode the cutting edge between soul, disco, rock, and electronica with effortless ease.
What starts out as a cheeky, purposefully cringe reliving of one’s adolescent nightmares and neuroses slowly turns into a deeper, meaningful examination of the human condition in documentarian Cecilia Aldarondo’s amusingly personal You Were My First Boyfriend.
The final season of Barry hits hard, with some of the most intense moments that we’ve seen as the characters struggle with consequences, change, and their own misguided expectations.
HBO’s Perry Mason is back for a second season, and this time the would-be criminal defense lawyer is investigating a murder among a powerful oil family.
For its second season, HBO’s reboot of Perry Mason offers up deeper characters, darker morality, and an even better mystery than its first time out.
Two hundred years before the events in Game of Thrones there was another fight for control of the Iron Throne in Westeros, and that’s where House of the Dragon begins.
Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy and star Evan Rachel Wood talk season 4, Christina, and the reality of fiction
Westworld’s future is still dark and foreboding, and while the third season ended with a bang, the fourth returns with an odd sense of quiet, seven years later.
The White Lotus cast on their wonderfully unlikable characters | Chatting with Murray Bartlett, Connie Britton, Steve Zahn, Alexandra Daddario & Jake Lacy
Vacationing somewhere tropical would be great right now, wouldn’t it? Imagine the beach, drinks under palm trees, and interesting people. HBO’s new comedic drama, The White Lotus, takes you away to Hawaii on July 11, there’s just a lot going on with these well-to-do, and strangely broken “interesting people.”