Reed argues that films about unionization should utilize humor as a tool for recruitment.
Andrew examines another of Peter O’Toole’s not-quite-Oscar-worthy performances in the acerbic satire, The Ruling Class.
Johnny revisits 2015’s Green Room and argues how it foreshadows Charlottesville.
GAMING w/NICK: This month, Nick looks into the choices players face in games like Infamous and Until Dawn, and how these decisions can shape whole narratives.
SO I WATCHED AN EPISODE OF…: Meredith takes a break from the political climate to watch a show based on real-life politics.
SIDE BY SIDE: Andrew and Reed go back and forth on the increasing relevance of Armando Iannucci’s In The Loop.
CLOSE READING: Rane examines the divisive The Neon Demon and its provocative director, Nicholas Winding Refn.
PANDA COLLECTION, 1.7: Andrew explores Mel Brooks’ comic masterpiece Young Frankenstein and the love it has for the stories it mocks.