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.
Oprah's long-awaited interview with Prince Harry & Meghan Markle was a major success, and here's why.
Netflix's scathing 'I Care a Lot' shows a wildly cruel con-woman at work as she positions herself as a feminist girlboss.
M. Night Shyamalan has long been a pop culture punching bag but his work deserves far better than that.
Following the documentary Framing Britney Spears, audiences have been reminded of how cruelly the popstar was treated by the media, and why her freedom matters.
The Golden Globes are a strange award given out by a very weird organization, so why do we take them seriously?
Three women are nominated for Best Director at the Golden Globes this year. Here's why that matters.
Awards season is still happening, but how do you campaign for an Oscars in the middle of a pandemic?
Creators are already planning their stories about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic but is it too soon and who wants to see them?
If your film has a critic character in it, the chances are they're the baddie, but why does this keep happening?
With the news that Warner Bros. has greenlit a Willy Wonka prequel, we wonder what it'll look like and why it exists in the first place.
With rumors swirling that Chris Evans may return to the MCU for more movies, we ask: is the return of Captain America a good thing for the franchise?
HBO Max is bringing Carrie and company back to TV. But we really don't need a new season of 'Sex and the City.'
The idea's stuck in our heads so we had to share it with you: We want to see Rian Johnson make a 'Phantom of the Opera' movie already!
Why do modern blockbusters look so samey? In the modern franchise age, why do all these nine-figure epics feel so visually limited?
Magical wolf girls, drunk Danes, puppet shows & war: the top ten films of 2020 has something for everyone!
Promising Young Woman is another film in the long & divisive tradition of the rape-revenge fantasy, but what does it change?
The personification of brands is a blast, until you realize what it's going out of its way to distract you from.
How did Game of Thrones go from being the most beloved TV show of its generation to persona non grata in less than a year?
David Fincher's Mank tells the story of the making of Citizen Kane, and introduces a new generation to Marion Davies.
Amy Adams is a wonderful actress who audiences and critics alike love, so why hasn't she won an Oscar yet?
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