Disney+ is censoring an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ that discusses the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.
This second season follows the Clinton–Lewinsky scandal.
The ad was temporarily pulled while the station reviewed Republicans’ objections.
A women’s group tried to run ads calling attention to the material, but they were rejected by all local stations.
Creative decisions that livened up the latest movie may prove difficult to reconcile with something like the Bond we have come to know and love.
What with the Internet and the pornification of the culture, the question has to be posed: Is there such a thing as ‘community standards’ anymore?
Virtually all of Dune is scene-setting, world-building, setup. It may be the longest prologue ever made.
In its latest season, American Horror Story turns one of the worst modern ills into a macabre metaphor.
Is Isaac Asimov’s Foundation both a model for how society should be saved and proof that Rod Dreher is right? Not exactly.