Netflix's 'The Haunting of Hill House' director changed the show's original ending because it would have been too 'cruel'
• Netflix's "The Haunting of Hill House" is a dramatic horror series throughout its first season, but it ends on a hopeful note. That wasn't always the case. • The series' director, Mike Flanagan, told
Sometimes it feels like the neon thumbprint of the 1980s never went away. It’s arguably the defining throwback aesthetic of American culture today, from the TV series we reboot to the prints we wear. when
From celebrity trainers working in the trendiest Manhattan gyms to the National Institute for Fitness and Sport in Indianapolis and the US Army training exams, sit-ups are developing a bad reputation.
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Though it’s sometimes easy to get down about what’s happening on a global scale in the world around us, the minutia of an artist, an album, or a song can be a saving grace in our day-to-day lives. Music
Pusha T's return, George Clinton's funky revival, and A$AP Rocky's feature-laden new full-length top this week's list of essential new projects. Every week, the Noisey staff puts together a list of the
With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services.
With many of the lists we’ve assembled over the past few years, the parameters have been clear. To be considered Britpop, for example, a record had to be guitar-based, from the UK, and released during
By 2007, the New York trio Blonde Redhead had been celebrated for over a decade as cerebral art-rockers, cult favorites of their lane; the upending of their tight, neurotic structures on 23 was a release
Welcome to Pitchfork’s monthly metal column, where we guide you through the genre’s new music and happenings with an eye towards a specific theme. The first thing that struck me about The Incubus of Karma,