REVIEW: "BoJack Horseman" Season 6 Part 1 is a Nuanced Lesson in Acceptance

Before the sixth season, the last time we see the character of BoJack Horseman (Will Arnett) he is finally turning himself in to rehab after an especially difficult string of events caused by his excessive drinking and addiction to painkillers (following an accident on the set of his TV show, Philbert). It becomes increasingly harder to want to root for him, which is undoubtedly on purpose.

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Three Things That ‘Shrill’ Gets Right About Living As A Fat Woman

Welcome to Fatness In Film, a new monthly column analysing examples of fat representation and body diversity on screen. Positive depictions of fat bodies are hard to find, but Shrill is a recent example of plus size storytelling done right.

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The Krusty Krab: A Conglomerate Nightmare

It may appear as just another parody of a fast-food chain, where minimum wage and long contracted hours are a regularity, but if you dive deeper you can see Spongebob’s workplace is a conglomerate nightmare ala Amazon or Disney.

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REVIEW: 'American Psycho (2000)' is More Than Just An American Horror Story

2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Mary Harron’s American Psycho. Since its $34 million theatrical release, the film has gained a serious social media cult following full of Patrick Bateman profile pictures and shared images. However, this film has more to offer than really good memes. In American Psycho, writers Harron and Guinevere Turner take a story about a corporate sadist and turn it into a horrifying and comedically gory deconstruction of toxic masculinity.

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Thanks for the Laughs: A Love Letter to CollegeHumor

With the recent news of CollegeHumor layoffs, Flip Screen’s two resident CollegeHumor fans would like to take you down the rabbit hole with us, to tell you about our favorite shows and videos, while also convincing you that a subscription to the company’s Dropout streaming service is just as valuable as a Netflix or Hulu account.

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REVIEW: 'Underwater' is an Immersive and Intense Dive Into Depths Unknown

William Eubank brings us a horror thriller in the style of Alien (1979) and Life (2017), with a stranded team of scientists and mechanics facing unprecedented challenges in the deepest place on Earth.

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Long Live Carol and Therese: On Loving Vintage Lesbians

Though they have existed since at least the 1980s, over the past couple years there have been a number of films and television series released that fall within the category that I like to call ‘vintage lesbians’. By ‘vintage lesbians’ I simply mean films or series that include historical representations of queer women – ie. queer or lesbian period pieces.

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Lesbian Love as Invention: Céline Sciamma’s ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ (2019)

In Portrait of a Lady on Fire, art acts as its own metaphysical language.

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REVIEW: Netflix Adaptation of ‘The Witcher’ is Full of Heart and Soul

The Witcher is an endearing and entertaining exploration of the fantasy genre that will remain in the hearts and minds of its audience.

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Who Is Rey? – Why 'The Rise of Skywalker' (2019) Rey Reveal Is A Huge Missed Opportunity

When it comes to the Star Wars sequel trilogy, whether intentionally or not, the question “Who is Rey?” has become one of the biggest, most contentious talking points in the fandom.

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