'13 Reasons' sparks criticism of teen suicide depiction
It's a scene as painful to watch as it is graphic: A 17-year-old girl climbs into a full bathtub with a razor. We see her slice into her skin, we see the blood pour out, hear her cry and struggle to breathe. Then she is still.
Found-footage 'Phoenix Forgotten' starts strong, but lacks a worthy payoff
“Phoenix Forgotten” is a found-footage story-within-a-story about a young woman investigating the mysterious 20-year-old disappearance of her older brother.
Book review: 'Kill All Happies' is reminiscent of '90s party movies
When Vic finds out her beloved restaurant Happies is closing the same time she graduates from high school, she plans an epic party to celebrate her new future.
How Hulu's 'The Handmaid's Tale' holds up against the book
Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale" was originally published in 1985 and the new Hulu show is set in the present day, but that is only the beginning of their differences.
Chris Hicks: Looking for clean sitcoms to enjoy? Think older ... way older
Most sitcoms today are so raunchy and unfunny that we’ve started watching older shows — way older.
Chris Hicks: ‘A League of Their Own’ celebrates its 25th anniversary with a new Blu-ray
The period baseball comedy-drama “A League of Their Own” is celebrating 25 years with a new Blu-ray release, and a number of other very good films are also on Blu-ray this week.
Pure Flix founder on his faith: 'The Mennonites make the Mormons look like a pack of Hell’s Angels'
In a profile for the New York Times, the founder of PureFlix, David A.R. White, talks about his faith, the state of entertainment today, and the need for more Christian media.
Chris Hicks: ‘La La Land’ sings and dances its way to Blu-ray and DVD
The surprisingly popular backstage show-biz musical “La La Land” has arrived this week on Blu-ray and DVD, as well as on-demand sites online.
How Utah Symphony is improving the lives of young Haitian musicians
For violinist Yuki MacQueen, the purpose of the Utah Symphony's trip to Haiti last month is embodied in a 14-year-old boy named Ishel.
'Let's go flying, Will!': The role of Wiley Post in 'Will Rogers Follies'
David M. Lutken, the star of the Pioneer Theatre Company production of "The Will Rogers Follies," has some fascinating stories of his time coaching celebrities in the original Broadway production who performed cameos as Wiley Post.