Samara, the killer ghost, has expanded her murder spree beyond a few random VHS tape viewers for this Ring sequel—which is useful since no one owns VHS players anymore.
The director of early Oscar favorite The Birth of a Nation was acquitted after a 1999 rape allegation, but that was another era when it comes to how sexual assault is discussed in America.
This week sees the release of a new film about a spoiled little boy who grows up into a demagogue. But is that trajectory ever that easy to identify?
It’s Friday afternoon, what else do you have to do but watch some explosions?
The Peaky Blinders actor discusses the evolution of his career in this episode of the VICE series Autobiographies.
The studio is staking a claim that gay porn can be diverse, experimental, contemplative, complex—and still hot.
If your idea of great science fiction is Blade Runner, Gattaca, or 2001: A Space Odyssey, then Arrival should be a treat.
Hollywood has been going about remakes the wrong way.
The heist thriller about a pair of bank-robbing Texas brothers is as gripping as it is politically minded.
Everything we’ve seen from teasers and trailers make the movie look like superb, but can we trust them?
In Where Is Rocky II? the co-writer of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind hires a private detective to find a piece of art Ed Ruscha supposedly hid in the middle of the Mojave Desert.
The trailer for The Great Wall, starring Matt Damon, set off a firestorm of criticism about Hollywood’s whitewashing problem. We spoke to writer J. Y. Yang, who’s writing a novel inspired by the backlash.
Director Jeff Feurzeig’s film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.
The Traders actor’s take on Samwell Tarly—the nicest man in Westeros—is surprisingly dark.
On the 15th anniversary of Miyazaki’s cult animation, a look back on its huge global significance.
We spoke to filmmaker Jim Cummings about his award-winning film Thunder Road and how he got the rights to use the Springsteen classic that inspired it.
The film that tanked compared to The Virgin Suicides and Lost in Translation is one Sofia Coppola should be praised for.
“We can’t sit around and wait for other people to hire us and get comfortable.”
We meet the Danish director in his hometown of Copenhagen before the release of his new dark drama The Neon Demon to discuss the intersection between Hollywood and European cinema.
On this episode of OUTSIDER, we head out on a road trip with Nelson to learn more about his life-long fascination with horror films.
Does it get worse than watching Pink Flamingos with your grandma? Actually, it does.
We spoke to director Nanfu Wang about her harrowing documentary Hooligan Sparrow about the Chinese government’s relentless pursuit of activist Ye Haiyan.
Jorah Mormont isn’t the only guy who’s caught an incurable disease on his arm that will eventually consume his body and then kill him.
The director of documentary ‘City 40’ says she’s lost contact with residents who risked their lives to tell their story.
The Palme d’Or-winning film by Ken Loach follows the struggle of two Brits attempting to navigate the shamefully unhelpful system.
Laz Rojas’ self-shot acting reel—in which the filmmaker portrays over 100 characters—didn’t get him cast, but it turned him into a cult favorite of the 1990s.
Watch aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas’s self-produced one-man showcase, which he wrote, shot, directed, and starred in, playing 102 different roles.
We caught up with filmmaker Jeff Krulik on the 30th anniversary of his and John Heyn’s seminal metal fan documentary.
On the 20th anniversary of the car-sex classic ‘Crash,’ I looked back at how Canadian cinema had warped my brain.
We caught up with the veteran filmmaker at Cannes to talk about his two newest films, the poetic Paterson and the Iggy Pop and the Stooges documentary Gimme Danger.
Laura Poitras’s new documentary offers a thrilling and intimate look into the life of one of the most controversial journalists in the world.
A new film shines light on one of the few places in America intended for sex criminals.
We spoke to actress Rachel Wiesz about her starring role in Yorgos Lanthimos’s sci-fi comedy thriller that exposes the absurdities of modern relationships.
The legendary German filmmaker and rule-flouter is teaching an online filmmaking course at MasterClass—no storyboards or yoga allowed.
While America watched as riots tore Los Angeles apart, a nine-year-old Nathan Silver inadvertently reinterpreted the country’s turmoil into his first film during his birthday party.
In the memoir Stanley Kubrick and Me: Thirty Years at His Side, the director’s longtime assistant sheds light on Kubrick’s famously controlled sets and offers a unique portrait of one of the 20th century’s most famous filmmakers.
We speak to the prop master who made fake drugs for every movie from ‘Knocked Up’ to ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin.’