Kayleigh is a pop culture writer and critic based in Dundee, Scotland. Her work can be found on Pajiba, IGN, Uproxx, RogerEbert.com, SlashFilm, and WhatToWatch, among other places. She's also the creator of the newsletter The Gossip Reading Club.
'The Problem with Jon Stewart' is now on Apple TV Plus, but is the former 'Daily Show' host the draw he used to be?
Before watching the biopic 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye', you should watch the documentary that it's based on.
With the sequel being released this week, it's worth remembering that Candyman is still one of the scariest films ever.
It seemed inevitable that 'Ted Lasso' would face some backlash but many of the criticisms of season 2 are missing some key points.
Our first glimpse at Netflix's remake of 'Cowboy Bebop' confirms our excitement over the casting of John Cho as Spike Spiegel.
As both a Marvel and DC director, The Suicide Squad's James Gunn has helped to redefine two of the biggest superhero franchises of the planet.
Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney over the Black Widow release and loss of earnings, and frankly, you should root for her.
'Roadrunner', the documentary about the late Anthony Bourdain, has raised some eyebrows over its ethical approach to its subject's life.
Loki and his glorious purpose have delighted Disney+ viewers, once again cementing his status as Marvel's favorite villain.
Jungle Cruise is the latest theme park ride to be turned into a movie, a trend that literally only Disney can do.
AMC's 'Kevin Can F**k Himself' imagines what would happen if the typical sitcom wife fought back, and it's been a long time coming.
With the news of yet another Ted Bundy movie on the horizon, it's time we dismantle the harmful pop-culture myth of the murderer as a legendary charmer.
Lindsay Lohan is returning to acting with a Netflix rom-com, but will it allow her to have her own career renaissance?
Ellen DeGeneres is ending her daytime talk show after 19 seasons, but the end has been on the horizon for a long time.
With 'The Mitchells vs. the Machines', Sony Animation has thoroughly established itself as one to watch.
One of the biggest directors on the planet is adapting one of the most iconic musicals. Can Spielberg bring 'West Side Story' to life?
This month sees the release of Mortal Kombat, the latest adaptation of the classic video game franchise that helped to make fighting games both iconic and infamous.
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