We chatted with Canadian filmmaker Ken Finkleman about how over-the-top movies seem honest by comparison. His latest satire ‘An American Dream’ premieres at the Whistler Film Festival December 1.
Hip-hop was made for times like these. So I asked my students to write some bars and express the way they feel about our new president. It was not pretty.
We talked to French filmmaker Nathan Ambrosioni about terrifying location shoots and bossing adults around on set.
‘Rats’ is a deep, dark look at the underworld of humanity’s greatest threat.
It’s the post-apocalypse and the distinction between technology and nature is outdated.
“What I would like to see is a scholarly edition of his poems,” says the author of a new book on Sun Ra. “I think they’re worthy of that treatment…”
How do you even live?!
Only a handful of films have explored what it means to be East Asian or Asian American and queer, but Spa Night and The Handmaiden are revelatory for doing much more than that.
Jeff Nichols’s Loving reminds us that anti-miscegenation attitudes are still prevalent in today’s society.
We asked soldiers, events staff, music A&Rs, journalists and IT workers, among others, how their lives could have turned out if they weren’t such piece-of-shit failures.
What is it, to wrestle? Ed Luce gets it.
Thir13en Ghosts was an important film, god damn it!
It turns out the Oscar-winning actor has been thinking a lot about fish.
Disastra is wooed by a bird man wrestler.
The eerie and surprisingly resonant 1980 film about a girl who gets sucked into another dimension is a forebear to Netflix’s hit show.
The twist is that it probably sucks.
In this short VICE documentary, Simon Coutu spends time with the Dead Obies—the post-rap group that put Quebec’s Frenglish movement on the map. For them, mixing English and French isn’t a political statement, it’s just good fucking music.
See how the show prepared for the kingpin’s gruesome end.
What does the 90s’ mumbling, fourth-rate action star say about America and me?
Twenty years after its release, the classic Canadian punk rock road trip movie is just as awesome.
“One of my gifts as a critic is that I really like music, and I’m open and still excitable. I’m not a bored person, and I’m not tired of life.”
Disastra is a star and now she’s got to look the part.
He’s back out here: Action Bronson dropped a new song and video for “Durag vs. Headband,” featuring Big Body Bes and produced by Knxwledge.
The Norwegian black metal movie will be directed by Jonas Åkerlund and is set to star Rory Culkin.
Over breakfast burritors, we talked about nihilism, neoliberalism, and aiming for joy with How to Dress Well, a.k.a. Tom Krell.
We sat down with the director to chat about his fantastic new coming-of-age drama about a boy grappling with his identity and sexuality in a rough Miami neighbourhood.
He’s still the claw man!
We spoke to the filmmaker about his game-changing film about what it’s like to be young, gay, and black in Miami.
The film, which sees release this Friday, navigates the intersection of two distinct experiences in ways most cinema hasn’t.
Movies like The Conjuring and Ouija act as mouthpieces for Christianity, and have deeper intentions than just surface-level scares.
Kim Gordon sweats. Kim Gordon shits. Kim Gordon likes Rihanna’s “Work.”
If you liked master mockumentary maker Christopher Guest’s jokes the first time, you’ll probably still like them here.
Disastra is given a dubious honor and decides to take a legitimate one in this comic about a gay pro wrestling league from comics star, Ed Luce.