First-time directors shone this year.
The frank, eye-opening moments that made this a landmark year for women on film.
An artist-by-artist account of 50 years of criticism rearranges the canon of Western art.
The poster above Mulder's desk was a constant in a world full of chaos and unsolved mysteries.
From Selina Meyer to Francis J. Underwood, who is best equipped for the White House?
Stop-motion animation is more human than not in Charlie Kaufman’s touching, bittersweet sigh of a film.
A new posthumous collection of Swartz's work shows his range as a scholar and intellectual.
Old Man McGumbus was a survivalist World War II vet who lived in a beach bunker on Shelter Island. Then one day, he disappeared.
These subversive coloring books ridiculed pill-popping executives, hipsters, communist-hunters, and conspiracy theorists.
What can explain the recent explosion of interest in classic folk stories?
A religion professor explains the strangest holiday customs from the Netherlands to South Korea.
David O. Russell’s quirky hero proves that in his filmmaking, buoyant, messy exuberance has its limits.
A history professor explores the ways Nazi symbols and rituals influenced Christmas celebrations in the Third Reich.
A generic hero weighs down the brutal exposure of the most important sports story of the last decade.
Exploding targets cause spectacular blasts and horrifying accidents. Can anyone regulate them?