Set in a towering pink mansion situated somewhere in a dreamlike 1930s Alps, the film plays like a breakthrough.
The first film adapted from Veronica Roth's dystopian book series arrives with a sludgy, gray-hued plop.
The story begins simply enough, but eventually weaves more into elements of life in an unstable region.
The third instalment in Atwood’s post-apocalyptic speculative-fiction trilogy.
This dive into technology’s intrusive ubiquity is Eggers's ‘Brave New World’ or ‘1984’.
Masterfully weaves together memories, cultural tides, and the causes grand and small behind human pain.
A love letter to the karaoke scene that gave Sheffield the strength to move on after his first wife’s death.
The romantic entanglements of Nate Piven, a young Brooklyn writer who has just sold his first novel.
Lorde’s remarkably accomplished debut album will probably give her access to that world of gold teeth.
‘I Love It’ is a brilliant pop single: instantly thrilling, totally distinctive and a little bit edgy.