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Author: Nathan Hardisty

Nathan Hardisty is a screenwriting student, 'Blade Runner' obsessive, and all-round consumer of everything even vaguely not-mainstream. He likes to pretend he's not a hipster. When he's not writing about himself in the third person, he's walking his dog or writing a story that goes nowhere.

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'Phantom Thread' is intent on poking the innards of toxic masculinity. It stands out thanks to some seriously uncomfortable themes under the surface.

From the dark ‘Black Swan’ to the epic ‘Noah’ to last year’s trippy ‘mother!’, these are the most divisive moments of Darren Aronofsky's entire career.

‘The Good Place’ is the best show. To celebrate the puntastic visual flair that’s been with the series since day one, we’ve rounded up its best visual gags.

Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s 'Rick and Morty' has had plenty of great twenty-minute eps across its three seasons. Here are ten of our absolute faves.

'The Room' is a 2003 film that is so bad it’s so bad it’s good again. Writer-director Tommy Wiseau portrays Johnny, caught up in a love triangle.

To celebrate Adult Swim’s ‘Too Many Cooks’'s subversive, absurdist deconstruction of sitcom tropes, we’re counting down our top eight moments.

Cowabunga dude! Grab your roller skates and video tapes, coz we’re headed back to the 1990s. We’ve picked nine of the most 90s movies eva!

Stanley Kubrick’s 'The Shining' is an immortal work. Unlike almost anything else you’ll ever see, it might just be the greatest horror film ever made.

America’s most infamous criminal, Charles Manson, died back in 2017. But he’ll live on in film and TV, from ‘Helter Skelter’ to ‘Mindhunter’.