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Alex Arabian

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“Uncoupled” may be a breezy rom-com—but it doesn’t stop at gay TV stereotypes

Neil Patrick Harris' break-up tale refuses to let its characters stay simple.

Cold War Dungeons & Dragons: “Stranger Things” puts America last

One reviewer sees capitalism falling to "Running Up That Hill."

Embodied knowledge under the big sky: Emelie Mahdavian’s perceptive ‘Bitterbrush’

How is a cattle herder like a dancer? The filmmaker speaks on movement, work, and letting her characters drive the plot

‘Umbrella Academy’ season three ratchets up stakes—but time remains fickle as ever

Trans actor Elliot Page crafts a tender arc for character Viktor. Plus: impending doom for the whole damn universe.

‘Entertainment right now can be sinister’: Jane Schoenbrun on ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’

Director of groundbreaking horror talks creepypasta, cursed images, X-Files chatrooms, 'Twin Peaks: The Return,' more

Interstellar improv: Don Lake spills on the stars behind Netflix’s ‘Space Force’

Multi-hyphenate yuckster dishes out the BTS—including what it's like watching 'Con Air' with cast member John Malkovich.

Read an excerpt from an SF Indiefest award-winning local screenplay

In 'Swipe,' a recovering agoraphobe with OCD navigates the Millennial dating scene in search of love.

‘Buffy’ alum Juliet Landau made a movie about the real vampire-narcissists

The actress and director of 'A Place Among The Dead' knows a thing or two about vamps and toxic loved ones, sadly.

Halloween Meltdown host John Waters talks trash

In a wide-ranging Q&A, the People's Pervert dishes on punk, his San Francisco haunts, Patty Hearst, Johnny Depp, and modern-day censorship.

Zelma Stone goes deep in advance of new EP’s live debut at The Chapel

'The Best' climbs a metaphysical mountain of grief: Bandleader Chloe Zelma Studebaker shares its dimensions.