If “Fifty Shades of Grey” is such a bestseller, who’s actually reading it?
One brave critic not only defends, but praises, “The Godfather: Part III.”
“Sideways” director Alexander Payne shrinks the world’s problems in “Downsizing.”
How campy 80s sci-fi and a surrealist Mexican film inspired “Thor: Ragnarok.”
A deep dive into the most ubiquitous horror movie technique.
Matt Walsh explains how spontaneity finds its way on screen.
"Night of the Living Dead" creator George A. Romero died on Sunday at the age of 77 after a battle with lung cancer, but he left behind a legacy of zombie films and influence.
Slate senior editor and podcast host Sam Adams shares some of his favorite conspiracy thriller movies and explains what these films say about the American psyche.
Errol Morris talks about “The B-Side” and Donald Trump’s favorite movie.
"Your Name" has garnered international acclaim. It's already the highest-grossing anime film ever, currently raking in over $330 million worldwide, and that's before hitting US theaters this week.
When the first “Trainspotting” movie came out in 1996, Garry Fraser was a young drug addict in Edinburgh. When the sequel came out this year, he was in the credits.