Christine Jun

A graduate of Williams College and a total film freak, Christine hails from Burbank, California, and previously worked for the Stockholm Film Festival.

Entertainment

'The Sopranos' Remains A Cross-Cultural Catharsis For Viewers with Depression

Tony Soprano, depressed Italian mob boss, helped me, depressed Korean American, find my way out of the labyrinth.

Entertainment

Your Guide To Every Single Punk Band Mentioned In Gory Thriller 'Green Room'

From Minor Threat to Slayer, thriller 'Green Room' is chock full of hardcore punk and metal band references. 

Entertainment

You Can Listen to Drake's 'Views' on Pandora at 3 p.m. PST Today

No excuses not to tune into Drake's new album spinning on Pandora today. It's free, and it's Drake.

Entertainment

6 'Path'-Like Cults On Anti-Cult Watch Status

Accused of brainwashing and child abuse, these are the real-life U.S. cults that make 'The Path' look relatively harmless. 

Entertainment

Chiller's First Scripted Series is Horror Comedy Gold

Chiller's mini-series 'Slasher' is more than a quirky homage to the horror and mystery genre. It's also meta-funny. 

Entertainment

13 Sci-Fi TV Shows Cancelled Way Too Soon

In fact, you're probably mourning a fantastic sci-fi series that was cut off in its prime right now.

Entertainment

HBO's 'The Night Of' Will Raise the Bar for NYC Crime Shows

John Turturro, Steve Zaillian, Richard Price, and Riz Ahmed explain why HBO's new show 'The Night Of' is so special.

Culture

These Kids Are Getting Black Belts in a Syrian Refugee Camp

One of the world's largest refugee camps is probably the last place you would expect a top-notch Taekwondo academy. 

Entertainment

Arya Stark is Just a Jedi Knight, Right?

Her preparations in' Game of Thrones' seems strikingly similar to Luke Skywalker's Jedi Trials.

Innovation

The Real-Life, Utopian Locations of 'Equals'

The sci-fi film's sleek, futuristic zen is just what you are looking for.

Entertainment

Asian-American Rappers on Their Unique Hustle

Documentary 'Bad Rap' asks you to name one Asian-American rapper. And no, Keith Ape doesn't count. 

Culture

How Louis Theroux Got in a Scientology Documentary Slapfight

While making 'My Scientology Movie,' Louis Theroux discovers that Scientologists are surveilling and filming him. Yikes.

Entertainment

International Sexual Superstar Prince Has Died at 58

After battling a host of health concerns, 7-time Grammy Award-winner superstar Prince was found dead this morning.

Entertainment

Nerdland' is 'Venture Bros' Meets 'Se7en'

Chris Prynoski and Andrew Kevin Walker discuss R. Crumb, Patton Oswalt, Paul Rudd and Hannibal Buress

Entertainment

Princes William and Harry Crash the 'Star Wars Episode VIII' Set

The British Princes came. They light-sabered. AND they embraced Chewabacca. 

Culture

The 'Roots' Remake Will Be a National TV Event

'Roots' timely remake reminds us of the flip side of the Founders' democracy, as the consequences of slavery continue to resonate today.

Entertainment

11 Ways 'Six Feet Under' Remains Influential and Compulsively Watchable

Six Feet Under's unflinching portrayal of death and other taboo topics influenced almost every TV show that came after it. 

Innovation

James Franco's Sexuality Remains Marketable and Fluid

Whether actor James Franco is straight, gay, or pansexual, the raging media controversy is clearly working in his favor.

Culture

Agent 13 Returns In a Major Way In Marvel's Latest 'Civil War' Featurette

The three empowered female superheroes in the new 'Civil War' featurette provide Marvel fans even more reason to celebrate.

Entertainment

Everything We Know About '3%' On Netflix Little

Not only influenced by Hunger Games, Netflix's dystopian series '3%' might also be based on Brazil's new reality.