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.
The 24-year-old activist, who has been advising other immigrants for five years, is the subject of a new PBS documentary.
The new documentary Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead takes an inside look at rise and fall of the famously irreverent humor mag.
Like my white friends, I learned how to be a proper teenager through movies—except for most of the films I watched didn’t have any real black characters.
Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz discuss cockroaches and working with young actors following the movie’s stateside release.
Director Robert Eggers takes the otherworldly pretty seriously in his hyped new film.
“Made in Canada” shouldn’t be a dirty phrase.
We caught up with British director to talk about his third TV series—This England ’90—and the death of subculture.
The new Hollywood biopic, Pawn Sacrifice, fails to portray the chaotic fuckery of a life lived by Bobby Fischer, the century’s greatest chess player and one of American history’s most unwieldy oddballs.
His new film Mountains May Depart centres on an entrepreneur so obsessed with money he names his son Dollar.
I spent all day on Coney Island in the rain talking to the costumed superfans and actual bikers gathered together for The Warriors reunion.
We met the famed German auteur to discuss his changing motivations as a director and his thoughts on the Hollywood remake of his classic Wings of Desire.
Toxic Babes and Slime Monsters Live on at Troma Studios
Noah Baumbach on the Ayahuasca Scene in ‘While We’re Young’
R.I.P. Leonard Nimoy: ‘Star Trek’ Actor, Occasional Whale-Music Narrator, and All-Time Hero
How the Production Designer of ‘A Most Violent Year’ Recreated 1980s New York