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The 38 All-Time Best Food Movies

What to add to your Netflix queue when you want to feel really hungry

Review: ‘The Taste of Things’ Tries to Capture the Magic of Cooking for Those You Love

How ‘The Taste of Things’ Translated Cooking Into a Visual Feast

The Perfect Artifice of ‘May December’’s Pineapple Upside Down Cakes

In ‘Les Troisgros,’ a Restaurant Documentary That’s Well Worth Watching

I Think About ‘Billboard Dad’ Every Time I Make Scrambled Eggs

A24 Wants to Help You Recreate Cinema’s Most Unsettling Meals

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Eva Longoria’s ‘Flamin’ Hot’ Film Uses Food to Honor Mexican American Culture

Let’s Talk About the WTF Ending of ‘The Menu’

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How the Minds Behind ‘The Menu’ Created an Authentic Fine Dining Hellscape

Star Anya Taylor-Joy, director Mark Mylod, and consulting chef Dominique Crenn on building the world’s creepiest restaurant

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Review: If ‘The Menu’ Makes You Uncomfortable, That’s Because It’s Supposed To

The Ralph Fiennes movie, part horror film and part dark comedy, takes the cult of fine dining to the extreme

Actually, Spaghetti Is the Scariest Food

How One Food Stylist Creates Otherworldly Dishes for Your Favorite Sci-Fi Show

From full-on feasts in "Foundation" to intricate meaty platters in "Hannibal," food stylist Janice Poon on how she tells stories that take place in fantastic worlds

Nancy Meyers’s ’80s Rom-Com ‘Baby Boom’ Predicted the Artisan Food Boom of the Aughts

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When Fine Dining Is a Horror Show

"The Menu" is one of fall’s most anticipated movies. It’s also part of a long lineage of horror films all about eating.

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The ‘Jiro’ Filter

Slow-motion pans over dishes, languid wisps of steam rising into the air, Philip Glass: How David Gelb’s cinematic style defined a generation of food documentaries

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‘Jiro Dreams of Sushi’ and the American Omakase Boom

A decade into the "Jiro" era, omakase has become both a rarified experience — and one that’s rife for future experimentation

What’s the Deal with All the Mentions of Organic Foods in ‘Spencer’?

How an Oscars Viewing Party Expert Creates His Iconic Pun-Filled Food Spread

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Why the Food in Pixar’s ‘Turning Red’ Looks So Good

Talking to production designer Rona Liu about the challenges of animating a "chunky cute" meal

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau on Playing a Steely, Volatile Chef in ‘A Taste of Hunger’

Why Make Other Angry Dudechef Dramas When ‘Burnt’ Already Perfected the Form?

With Cookbook ‘Horror Caviar,’ A24 Brings Terror to the Kitchen

A Restaurant Critic’s Take on ‘Ratatouille’: The Restaurant Critic Was the Real Hero

We Asked Science if Rats Can Actually Cook Like in ‘Ratatouille’ and It Said No But We Kept Pushing Anyway

Tattooing a Tiny Rat Chef on My Calf Was the Best Dumb Teenage Decision I Could’ve Made

I Nearly Set My House on Fire Trying to Make the Lightning Mushroom From ‘Ratatouille’

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‘Roadrunner’ and the Dismal Search for the ‘Real Bourdain’

Why Morgan Neville’s Anthony Bourdain documentary fails to close the gap between the on-camera Bourdain and the person who performed him

Here’s the Trailer for the Upcoming Julia Child Documentary ‘Julia’

‘He’s Nicolas Fucking Cage’: A Short Conversation with the Consulting Chef of ‘Pig’

The ‘In the Heights’ Dinner Scene Brought My Cuban Family’s Table to the Foreground

Here’s the Trailer for Nic Cage’s Truffle Pig Kidnapping Movie ‘Pig’