The charming, profound, and strikingly original animated short film has finally arrived online.
We talked to British-Jamaican filmmaker Cecile Emeke about her thoughtful web series, which shines a light on the lives of black people everywhere.
We met up with director Jonas Carpignano to talk about his new film that intimately portrays the difficult, dangerous, and human side of the West African immigrant experience in Italy.
The UK’s film censorship board is expensive and outdated, so I’m staging a petty protest.
There’s cardboard Chewbacca, and cardboard Stormtroopers, and cardboard TIE fighters, and a cardboard Millennium Falcon.
After failed adaptations that were supposed to star everyone from Jack Nicholson to Bill Murray, David Boswell’s cantankerous cult comic book character has finally gotten the film it deserves.
The fantastic new film details how reporters exposed the seedy underbelly of the Catholic Church.
Anyone who saw last year’s standout documentary, Jesse Moss’ The Overnighters, probably noted a brief, sober coda to…
Just in case you have an overwhelming urge to revisit Holes.
“Something could happen anytime between now and [the Hateful Eight premiere in December].”
The problem with SPECTRE isn’t that it’s dumb—it’s that it’s not dumb enough.
A new documentary follows two men whose fathers were both senior-level Nazis under Hitler’s command. One believes his father deserved to die; the other believes his father was a “good Nazi.”
We also talked about realism, lapsed Catholicism, and why he doesn’t like The Shining.
Canadian director/distributor Ron Mann has been serving up a smorgasbord of works by under-the-radar auteurs for years.
The independent theater would like your help to keep screening the genre, arthouse, and experimental films you can’t find anywhere else.
VICE art editor and self-described “Jeminist” Nick Gazin partied with some of New York City’s most hardcore Jem fans.
We talked to the documentarian about his interest in the macabre and his latest movie, about an artist who paints in his own blood.
We meet up with Oscar-winner Benicio Del Toro to discuss his latest film and the hurdles of being a minority actor in Hollywood.
“I think the biggest misconception about Nicolas Cage is that he can’t act.”
TIE fighters! Han Solo! Lasers! Etc.!
The practical special effects used in 70s and 80s horror films may have been clunky, but they were sure to give you nightmares.
In honor of a stunning new Blu-Ray edition, we got some film experts to break down what makes Eckhart Schmidt’s tale of an obsessive new wave fan a classic.
We caught up with the Danish auteur to chat about his gorgeous new hardcover book The Act of Seeing, which collects hundreds of vintage schlock posters.
Director Danny Madden’s short film All Your Favorite Shows is a wild and arty send-up of the supercut.
The Hard Stop is centered around two friends of Mark Duggan, whose 2011 death sparked protests and riots.
We spoke with Khalik Allah, the director of the new documentary, about Harlem, synthetic weed, and the predominantly black and brown subjects of his stunning debut film.
The Boy General, a popular North Korean cartoon from the 1980s, has been rebooted—this time, with better animation and more propaganda for the state.
The influential Taiwanese filmmaker’s gorgeous new movie centers on a woman who kills men, doesn’t speak, and barely shows any skin.
My Skinny Sister explores what happens to a family when one member develops a devastating eating disorder.
The cult Japanese director talks about his prolific output, his scuttled Tom Hardy project, and that time his mom took a bunch of her friends to see Ichi the Killer.
Ida Storm filmed herself for years in an attempt to structure her thoughts, and these clips have been crafted into a documentary.
It’s time we take a minute to look at what this guy did wrong, some of which was pretty racist.
Over 50 years after her death, The Witness investigates the idea that 38 neighbors watched the murder of a young woman in New York and did nothing to stop it.
Noisey’s new film, The Redemption of the Devil, follows the rockstar turned right-wing evangelist as he becomes a Catholic minister, makes music with Josh Homme, and battles for custody of his child.
This short film contains some of the few audio recordings of Charles Manson since he’s been incarcerated. It features the psychedelic art of Leah Shore and voice of Manson parsing everything from God to suicide.