Reed examines the taboo and generosity of Curb Your Enthusiasm and its protagonist, Larry David.
SIDE BY SIDE: Andrew and Reed review their first month with Moviepass and think broadly about the state of the theatre.
Reed examines the gay glance in Christopher Isherwood’s A Single Man and in Tom Ford’s film adaptation.
SO I WATCHED AN EPISODE OF…: Reed explores his infatuation with reality television, particularly the engrossing Vanderpump Rules.
Reed argues that films about unionization should utilize humor as a tool for recruitment.
Reed tells us why his mom considers The Big Short missable and why he can’t stop thinking about it.
As Arkansas attempts a historic execution pace of 8 inmates in 10 days, Meredith joins the Nick, Andrew, and Reed to discuss her Panda Collection article about the 1987 documentary, Fourteen Days in May.
Reed looks at Michael Haneke’s Funny Games and our roles as spectators of violence.
CLOSE READING: Billy Wilder’s Some Like It Hot has been lauded for its transgressiveness for decades, but Reed warns against the film’s universal praise.
CLOSE READING: Military drones have left those aboard fearing blue skies. Reed writes about Eye in the Sky depicts these new warfare weapons.