Richard Propes concludes our Tilda Swinton series with an essay on "Thumbsucker."
An unintentionally hilarious experience that doesn't deserve its WOAT status.
Tilda Swinton gets uncomfortably real in this woefully underseen performance.
So many films of the classic Hollywood era bemoan a woman’s place without confronting the reason a woman’s place — and, by extension, her ambition and desires — is always lesser than a man’s.… continue
Heather Knight explains her constant vigil for Tilda Swinton in "Constantine."
Ultimately serviceable, but it could've been more.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon seamlessly juggle comedy and tragedy in their fourth and final travelogue.
This darkly feminine spin on the classic fairy tale is now available on Blu-ray, digital, and DVD.
Dave Gutierrez looks at Tilda Swinton's turn as the Ancient One in "Doctor Strange."
Confronts guys with guns more than it does relationships.
Men. Women. A man who transforms into a woman across several centuries.… continue
Evan ranks the ... well, rank monsters of the DCEU.
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