Opening Statement

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is not a fun movie, it's not a comforting movie, it's not a movie that leaves you with a warm feeling when you're finished watching it. – by Felicia Elliott, July 18, 2016

Scenessential: Too Close for Comfort

We’re so close to George and Martha that we can’t look away if wanted to do [and boy do we want to]. Nichols won’t let us. – by Sarah Gorr, July 19, 2016

Filmography: Elizabeth Taylor

Her career survived the collapse of the studio system, personal scandals, tragedies and addiction. And her personal life found its way into her roles. – by Felicia Elliott, July 20, 2016

Re-thinking the 39th Academy Awards

Held on April 10, 1967, the 39th Academy Awards isn’t a particularly celebrated year for the awards, but there were a few strong races and memorable winners. – by Aaron Pinkston, July 20, 2016

Related Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

With Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, you won’t find a better-acted, more satisfying stage-to-screen adaptation outside of [maybe] Virginia Woolf. – by John Gilpatrick, July 21, 2016

Further Streaming: Fractured Families

The relationship between George and Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is one of the most volatile ever filmed. But there’s always something intriguing about failed relationship that make it hard not to watch.