HBO’s new two-part documentary “Who Killed Garrett Phillips?,” premiering on July 23 and 24, is a stunning—and enraging—examination of race and the U.S. criminal justice system.
Nick Schager is a NYC-area film critic and pop-culture writer whose work also appears in The Village Voice, Esquire, New York Magazine’s Vulture, Maxim, Complex and The A.V. Club.
The new Epix series “Pennyworth” is an origin tale wherein the Caped Crusader’s butler is an ass-kicking spy in 1960s London. [Warning: Some spoilers]
A new documentary from Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim (“The Square”), out July 24, explores Facebook’s role in helping get Trump elected and pushing Brexit—among other things.
The new HBO docuseries ‘Behind Closed Doors’ re-examines the 2008 murders of 13-year-old Aarushi Talwar and domestic worker Hemraj Banjade—a case that divided a nation.
The new documentary ‘American Heretics,’ now playing in theaters, follows a group of Oklahoma preachers who feel Christianity’s embrace of Trumpism is a step too far.
The new Showtime docuseries “Shangri-La,” premiering July 12th, explores how Rick Rubin made so many artists—Beastie Boys, Jay-Z, Slayer, etc.—realize their full potential.
In the black comedy ‘The Art of Self-Defense,’ Jesse Eisenberg stars as a man who, after being beaten to within an inch of his life, embraces a more ‘macho’ lifestyle.
This new six-part series, a hybrid of fiction and documentary, chronicles the rise and fall of Russia’s Romanov dynasty. And it is well worth your time.
Filmmaker Ari Aster’s follow-up to ‘Hereditary,’ about an American couple who venture off to a mysterious Swedish commune, has garnered loads of buzz.
A new ESPN ‘30 for 30’ documentary, ‘The Good, the Bad, the Hungry,’ explores the rivalry between eaters Kobayashi and Joey Chestnut. Here, Kobayashi clears the air.