Stephanie Zacharek

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  • 3 days ago | Film and TV

    Depending on whom you talk to, we live in an era of conformity or one of anything-goes individuality; in a golden age of television or the brightest of movie galaxies. But just about everyone will agree that we’re ruled by screens of all sizes, wh...

  • 4 days ago | Film Reviews

    Iris Apfel isn't exactly a household name, unless we're talking about very stylish households. From 1950 to 1992 Apfel ran Old World Weavers, the business she co-founded with her husband, Carl, which faithfully re-created antique textiles for use ...

  • Though it's hard to believe in 2015, there was a time when fictional heroines didn't have to be role models, when a character's backbone could be more than just a row of vertebrae lined up into teachable moments. It's wonderful that modern...

  • Iris Apfel isn't exactly a household name, unless we're talking about very stylish households. From 1950 to 1992 Apfel ran Old World Weavers, the business she co-founded with her husband, Carl, which faithfully re-created antique textiles for use...

  • Much like his 2009 social-realist psychodrama Tony -- starring a chilling Peter Ferdinando as a council-estate loner on a Dahmer-esque murder bender -- writer-director Gerard Johnson's equally ruthless and arrestingly gritty crime thriller...

  • 11 days ago | Film Reviews

    Though it's hard to believe in 2015, there was a time when fictional heroines didn't have to be role models, when a character's backbone could be more than just a row of vertebrae lined up into teachable moments. It's wonderful that modern readers...