Jim Hemphill pays tribute to the director whose aptitude at portraying potent sexuality made him the ideal fit for the Fifty Shades franchise.
Natalia Leite explores the problematic way in which American films depict female sexual pleasure.
Bruce LaBruce delves into the queer brew that is the 1969 big-screen adaptation of one of D.H. Lawrence's great novels.
Dave Hill dishes out love advice — and love songs — to the lovelorn.
Sasha Gordon, writer-director of It Had to Be You, on those disappointing moments when life falls short of the movies.
Dave Hill has even more excellent love advice — and tunes — for the lovelorn.
Nite Jewel’s Ramona Gonzalez delves into Grande’s Dangerous Woman.
When and why did we start treating children like adults? And when did men get so scared of women?
Probably the only examination of this film to reference Puff Daddy, Key & Peele, MTV reality shows, Rick Alverson and Michael Bay.
You can hear the ailments and old age in Lemmy's voice, but the new album is fast, loud and tough, and every song has the basic message “fuck off.”