It’s a funny turn, seeing hapless Mexicans maneuver the attention of organized crime in Spain in “I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me.”
We’ve got recommendations for some Latine horror films from classics to contemporary works guaranteed to shake you up at least a little.
The rest of Mexico may see Monterrey as backward and whitewashed. But these stereotypes are too small for my mother’s hometown.
The latest batch of feel-good, predictable-yet-enjoyable holidays movies finally has a Latinx entry in Netflix’s “Christmas With You.”
We’re pleased to be able to pick among the 18 Latinxs narrative films, documentaries, and shorts at this year’s Tribeca Festival.
The podcast ‘Ídolo: The Ballad of Chalino Sánchez’ reminds me how important it is to honor the truths of our ancestors.
Despite the girls’ lives being torn apart by war, the heart of ‘Noche de Fuego’ is not their fear but the love they share.
Queen of the South 507 “El zorro en la gallinera” had our hearts racing. It was nonstop action, suspense, and heartbreak. Queen of the South has officially entered its final windup and well, let’s just there was literal hellfire. One of the only Latina-helmed shows currently on TV, Queen of the South is in its […]
Queen of the South 506 “Silver or Lead” reveals Teresa Mendoza as someone who has decided to actually live, not just survive.
On Queen of the South 505 “More Money More Problems, Teresa faces the age-old concern of drug dealers everywhere: how to launder all that cash! Combined with a B-plot in Miami (thanks to Boaz and King George), this episode sees our favorite cartel leaders globetrotting and stealing a Van Gogh (of all things). One of […]