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Priscilla Frank

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Recent articles by Priscilla:

Elsie Fisher Loves Conspiracy Theories, Is Ready To Pay Taxes, Is Definitely Cooler Than Most Of Us

The 15-year-old star, who just received a Golden Globe nomination for her role as an awkward teen in "Eighth Grade," hydrates like she's an adult. → Read More

Inside The Nesting Doll Fandom Of 'My Favorite Murder'

A podcast about true crime birthed one of the most obsessive fandoms on the internet. And then parts of that fandom left the podcast behind. → Read More

Go See 'The Favourite,' You Corny-Faced Blunderbuss

The 18th century period piece, starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, is a gorgeous ode to scammers and queens. → Read More

The Story Behind Degas' 'Little Dancer' Is Disturbing, But Not In The Way You Expect

What happened between Edgar Degas and his 14-year-old subject, Marie van Goethem? Writer Camille Laurens conducted years of research to find out. → Read More

Once Too F**ked Up For Feminists, Comic Legend Julie Doucet Has Found Her Fans

When she started her series of semiautobiographical comics, “Dirty Plotte," in 1988, her work was so profane, feminist bookstores wouldn’t touch it. → Read More

Netflix's 'The Holiday Calendar' Is Even More Enjoyably Mediocre Than 'A Christmas Prince'

The latest streaming holiday flick is your classic boy-meets-girl, girl-gets-magic-calendar tale. → Read More

There Were Zero Better Things This Week Than Ezra Miller's Dementor Chic Red Carpet Look

Except for maybe white people failing to start a new city because of The Cheesecake Factory (and racism). → Read More

A Review Of Chris Pine's Penis In 'Outlaw King'

Now that the new Netflix movie is here, I refuse to stand idly by and not address the pressing issue that is this Hollywood wood. → Read More

Drawing With Liana Finck

You probably know her cartoons from The New Yorker or Instagram. With a new graphic novel out, "Passing for Human," Fink agreed to an interview about her... → Read More

The Comic Books That Taught A Generation Of American Teens About The Holocaust

Inside "We Spoke Out: Comics and the Holocaust," a compilation of comics made in the 1950s, '60s and '70s that tackled atrocity years before mainstream m... → Read More

'Outlander' Is The Official TV Show Of Frisky Couples Who Just Want To F**k

Tired: watching porn together. Wired: watching "Outlander" together. Inspired: putting the kids to bed first. → Read More

'Suspiria,' Hilma af Klint And The Female Artists Who Are (Self-)Possessed

Feminine creativity has long been associated with occult forces, for better and for worse. → Read More

Can You Handle The New 'Halloween,' Or Are You A Babyface Scaredy-Pants?

No judgment either way. Here are the factors to consider. → Read More

How Terrifying Is The New 'Suspiria,' Really?

"Suspiria" is the f**ked up sequel to "Ocean’s 8," and other thoughts on the Luca Guadagnino remake. → Read More

Is 'A Star Is Born' Great American Mythmaking Or Cliched Trash? A Debate.

Two people — one who hated the movie and one who loved it — trudge through the shallows of a divisive film. → Read More

Thanks To Instagram, Classrooms Look Like Chic Barn Houses Now

A coffee shop is a farmhouse is a hotel lobby is a classroom. In 2018, there’s non-place like home. → Read More

Leonor Fini And The Women Who Wear Halloween Costumes Every Day

The famed Surrealist artist and Parisian socialite understood that clothing could be a weapon to be used or used against her. → Read More

Hollywood's New Hottest Trend Is The 'Horse-mance'

Liam Neeson and Russell Crowe recently described emotional reunions with two "mystery brunettes" that are horses. → Read More

Banksy Wasn't Critiquing Capitalism, He Was Taking Part In It

The street artist's prank at Sotheby's lit a trick candle in a musty room. But in rebelling against the monied art establishment, he still profits. → Read More

In Praise Of Women Who Slouch

Artist Sarah Lucas is the patron saint of slouching, a curvature of the spine that gently whispers, "I don't give a f**k what you think." → Read More