"The Red Pill" claims to investigate men's rights activists, except it was funded by men's rights activists. Its premiere has been cancelled by Palace Cinemas.
The grotesque comedy about an undergrad who binges on "tanning pills" to win a minority scholarship turns 30 today.
Christian Slater and King Cobra director Justin Kelly on the challenges of making a film about underage porn stars, intergenerational relationships, and murder.
The Norwegian black metal movie will be directed by Jonas Åkerlund and is set to star Rory Culkin.
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 neighborhood.
Inside the documentary about Sonita, an undocumented Afghan refugee living in Iran.
Framed as a last-ditch appeal to the Trump voter, Michael Moore's documentary on the 2016 election makes a pitch to reluctant liberals and leftists.
Born two decades too late, Scott Adkins could've been a Jean-Claude Van Damme or Steven Seagal. Instead, he's the king of an underground straight-to-VOD action empire.
Movies like The Conjuring and Ouija act as mouthpieces for Christianity, and have deeper intentions than just surface-level scares.
We visited The Science of Pixar Exhibition in LA to chat with some of the biggest brains at the animation juggernaut.
Cartoonist Dash Shaw discusses the beauty of animation and his experiences adapting his own comic into a film.
Here's 'Living in an Unreal World: A Film By Adam Curtis For Readers of VICE', featuring some of the footage from the documentarian's next BBC piece.
Heavenly Sin explores the complexities of female power, agency, and sexuality in Huizenga's trademark 80s acid-trip aesthetic.
We talked to director Keith Maitland about his rotoscope recreation of the 1966 shooting and how Tower prioritizes human nature over politics.
We met the breakout star of American Honey to talk about how she was discovered on a beach during spring break, and what it was like working with director Andrea Arnold.
The awarding-winning documentary Fire at Sea is a harrowing and personal look at the migrant crisis on a tiny island near Italy.
Legendary Hoop Dreams documentarian Steve James's newest film, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, tells the story of the only US bank prosecuted after the 2008 financial crisis.
Screening the best in nonfiction cinema from Australia and around the world, it's returning to Sydney for the sixth time on October 11.
We caught up with screenwriting guru Robert McKee, whose new book, Dialogue, proves he should be required reading for storytellers of any kind.
I saw something I'd never seen before from the Western films of my youth: a gay man of color fall in love.
Two new films—Goat and Total Frat Movie—explore the state of the modern frat bro.
We talked to the directors of The Lovers and the Despot about their new documentary, which tells an unlikely tale of kidnapping, cinema, and a dictator turned cupid.
On October 26, 1997, Anu Singh had friends over for a dinner party, drugged her boyfriend Joe Cinque, and then injected him with needle after needle of heroin.
And how one new film is trying to change that.