"It's Fun Being An Asshole!": An Interview with Fran Kranz on Joss Whedon | 3 Jun 2013 // 6:20 PM

The actor behind the lovable stoner from The Cabin in the Woods and Dollhouse's conniving programmer dishes about working with Joss Whedon, horror movies, and fan attention.

Joss Whedon: Pioneer of the Body Count | 12 Apr 2011 // 5:00 PM

Among Joss Whedon's greatest contributions to television has been the continual use of the Body Count, the willingness to kill off recurring characters in order to ratchet up the narrative tension and create a sense of danger.


Voluntary Amnesia in 'Dollhouse' and 'Pygmalion' | 25 Jul 2011 // 5:00 PM

Long before Dollhouse's Echo submitted herself to five years of memory loss, Eliza Doolitle of Pygmalion experimented with some personal tabula rasa.


'Dollhouse: The Complete Second Season' May Be Too Good for This World | 3 Dec 2010 // 7:00 AM

Season Two of Dollhouse corrected all the wrongs of its middling first season to become one of the best shows on television in late-2009. Too bad that, by that point, no one was watching.

Dollhouse: Series Premiere | 11 Feb 2009 // 10:35 PM

Even as Dollhouse sounds like other TV shows and movies, it is also utterly strange, its premise literally ridiculous and intriguingly metaphorical.


Dollhouse: (Briefly) The Best Show on Television | 18 Jan 2010 // 6:27 AM

Despite a slow beginning Dollhouse has become an absolutely brilliant series


'Dollhouse' may end its run on DVD | 13 May 2009 // 4:56 AM

We won't know for a few more days whether the door to the "Dollhouse" has been closed permanently. Certainly last Friday's finale gave mixed signals

Has TV lost its nerve? Why engrossing dramas keep getting kicked off the island | 6 Mar 2009 // 1:30 AM

Launching a broadly successful TV show is possible. No, really, it is. We hear a lot about the fractured media environment, and most of us

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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