How do we deal with the current climate of upheavals? We follow Elsa and Anna into the unknown.
Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding gives our writer some wheels and a life lesson.
It’s not an exaggeration to say I have been waiting my entire gaming life for Death Stranding. Having only joined the global tribe of gamers a mere six years ago while I was already in my 40s, I used to lament how so few games out there are truly immersive and genuinely meaningful for players who find zero appeal in shooting, killing, and escaping into pure fantasy. I have no problems with grinding and doing repetitive tasks—heck, I have a real-world job so mundanity is my life—but I have always yearned for a game that finds poetry in the prosaic without forsaking the sublime.
It’s alive! Our team Frankenstein-ed together a list of off-the-beaten-track recommendations for Halloween, and we’re just gonna leave the door unlocked.
Unpacking the complicated ideas of parasites in this breathtaking film.
This black comedy casts a microscopic lens into the symbiosis between the rich and the poor.
The future of cinema — one dominated by a sole company pumping out endless recreations of their classics — seems bleak. But the true blight here is how they’re squandering what remakes can do.
The pride, might, and fight of a fandom that made a global phenomenon.
Unnecessary sequel? Unwanted cash-grab? Perhaps so. Regardless, Toy Story 4 takes the franchise’s central themes to explore aspects of our own sense of happiness in unexpected ways.