Required reading from April to June. UK release dates.
The cult hit turns 5 this year. Here’s what makes it the coolest film of the decade.
There has been an awakening in the feels.
The Originals celebrates brilliant books for young adults, from The Outsiders to The Wave.
The epic story of the First Annual BuzzFeed Gin Crawl.
A visual essay on beautiful cinematography.
The Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close author’s first novel in a decade.
“Some films you need to watch through the lens of your 7-year-old self, sitting on the floor; eyes wide, mind blown.”
Here’s the longlist for the Baileys Women’s Prize For Fiction 2016.
Lieutenant Ronald Spriggs and Wren Margaret Bailey were very much in love. Separated by war, Lt Spriggs came up with a plan to bring them together.
God’s Own Junkyard in Walthamstow is a neon cathedral.
“If you don’t stream it, it becomes elitist.”
Delightful designs for brilliant books via Recovering The Classics
“Just because it’s true does not mean it is exciting.” via Amazon, IMDb, and Rotten Tomatoes.
Was a prolific serial killer responsible for the death of Teresa Halbach? One retired cold case detective thinks so.
The director of Heat, Collateral, and Manhunter turns 73 next week. Here is some of his most memorable work.
But you probably shouldn’t.
Recommended reading from January to March. UK release dates.
From tidsoptimist to textrovert, via @words.