The latest attacks on the Ghostbusters star speaks to a centuries-old disparagement and mistreatment of black women.
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?
The new version of the Charlton Heston epic barely qualifies as a remake. In fact, it barely qualifies as a film.
The question of how seriously we should take teenage terrorists is complex. Do we try and deradicalise them or just lock them away forever?
They want gay porn to be diverse, experimental, contemplative, complex—and still hot.
Hollywood has been going about remakes the wrong way.
Rose McGowan, writer/director Darren Stein, and members of the cast and crew tell the story of the making of the cult film about three girls who accidentally kill their best friend.
"How good am I at sex? Er, I could do with more practice..."
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 desert.
A restored version of the film—which features puke-eating, lobster sex, a rosary dildo, loads of drugs, and an unforgettable performance by Divine—is out today.
The surprisingly joyless new film resembles a two-hour-long trailer for future franchises more than a standalone movie.
In the latest episode of OUTSIDER, VICE catches up with director James Nguyen, whose low-budget "romantic thriller" Birdemic: Shock And Terror has been touted as "the worst movie ever made."
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.
Campy, psychedelic, and utterly bizarre, Vegas in Space was one of the first truly queer midnight movies, and a cinematic revelation.
"Do they bite each other's hands? Do they punch each other?"
Feeling nostalgic as the film turns 18th, Andy Hazel wonders why Lindsay Lohan's debut isn't in the same club as "Back to the Future" or "Stand By Me."
This year's TIFF lineup looks pretty dope.
Director Brady Corbet explains why he wanted to make a movie about what it would take to transform a young child into an evil dictator.
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.
"Poi E: The Story of our Song" is a film examining the economic hardship behind New Zealand's first Maori language hit. We caught up with director Tearepa Kahi to get the backstory.
The Melbourne International Film Festival is back for eighteen days of glorious, mind expanding cinema. We've narrowed down the program to a list of must-sees, and we're giving away tickets.
What happens after you're blamed for destroying London?