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The Next British TV Show You Can’t Miss

“White Bear,” the most unsettling episode of the British TV series Black Mirror, opens with a distraught woman running through an unnamed town in the English…
Phoebe Reilly / July 22, 2013

Eat It, Affleck: Who Should Really Win the 2013 Oscars

For a while now, television has succeeded in making movies look bad, what with its opportunities for complex characters and enriching plotlines — but not…
Phoebe Reilly / February 22, 2013

Loving ‘Before Midnight,’ Pretending to Understand ‘Upstream Color’ at Sundance

At the end of SPIN’s Sundance stay, we spotted some unexpected similarities between very different projects: color played a symbolic role in several hyped releases,…
Phoebe Reilly / January 23, 2013

What We Learned at Sundance: Married Couples Should Avoid Pretty Young Women

If there is a lesson to be learned at Sundance, it is that married couples should not let pretty young women into their home o…
Phoebe Reilly / January 21, 2013

The Next Great Teen Movie Premieres at Sundance: ‘The Spectacular Now’

It’s easy to be our own worst enemy at a festival: what we see and, more important, what we miss is mostly up to us.
Phoebe Reilly / January 20, 2013

SPIN @ Sundance: Twerking It With ‘New American Noise’

Within less than 24 hours of the Sundance festival getting underway, people in Park City, Utah, were twerking, hookah-smoking, and hand-sanitizing (the last bit may…
Phoebe Reilly / January 19, 2013

SPIN’s 25 Most Anticipated Films of Sundance 2013

Last year, SPIN went to Sundance and heard no end about a movie that many reporters who descended on Park City, Utah, had missed, because…
Phoebe Reilly / January 17, 2013

The Second Season of ‘Girls’: Even Better Than the First?

Jesus, HBO makes January so much better. Sure, winter is coming, but Girls is here, and it’s still one of the best shows on television,…
Phoebe Reilly / January 14, 2013

10 TV Moments That Totally Changed Everything in 2012

Now that the second decade of the Golden Age of television is solidly underway, everything’s different, right? It’s like ever since Tony Soprano started seeing…
Phoebe Reilly / December 21, 2012

West Memphis Three’s Damien Echols on the Music Gave Him ‘Life After Death’

Freed from death row after 18 years, the face of the West Memphis Three has written a book, Life After Death. Here's the soundtrack to…
Phoebe Reilly / August 13, 2012

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