Mia Donovan's stepbrother, Matthew, was deprogrammed at the age of 14. It was the early 1990s, Satanic Panic had spread across North America, and Matthew's father was worried that his son was involved in satanism.
It's clear within the first new minutes of Chameleon why anyone would want to make a documentary about Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
Canadians all live in igloos, snowshoe to work (at the maple syrup factory), wear jean on jean, worship hockey, and are just generally really sorry. That about sums Canadians up, eh?
A group of Scottish factory workers refused to repair warplanes that had arrived from Chile during the 1973 Pinochet Coup. The were told that their solidarity was meaningless. Now, a new film tells another story.
From Matthew McConaghey to Twitter nerds, it seems everyone on the internet lost their shit over the new Star Wars trailer.
The director and Courtney Love spoke onstage about truth, love, and "Cobain's disease" after a screening at the Tribeca Film Festival.
VICE made me watch The Nightmare and confront my worst fears. And now I'm doomed to never sleep again.
We met the director, one of the film's stars, and Cuba's top racing journalist for a candid conversation about the state of auto racing in Cuba.
"I know what it's like to put a show on and be disappointed with everybody's responses, because you want them to see it the way that you see it."
Former NYPD officer Gilberto 'Gil' Valle's was almost locked up just for having fantasies of kidnapping and slowly roasting women on a spit. Erin Lee Carr's new documentary takes a deeper look at his story and the implications it has for our society.
The legendary Star Wars creator revealed his iconoclastic nature while also claiming to have made American Graffiti on a dare from Francis Ford Coppola.
We spoke to an economics professor along with one of the best movie-trailer makers in the business to learn more about the thinking behind this deluge of movie trailers hitting the internet.
Ex-soviet soldier turned self-proclaimed savior, "Crocodile Gennadiy," is the subject of a new documentary. We talked to its director, Steve Hoover.
Acclaimed director Olivier Assayas pairs Juliette Binoche with Kristen Stewart in his searing rumination on the impermanence of youth and the inanities of Hollywood.
There's nothing glamorous about throwing it all away too early.
We spoke to Dr. Jeffrey Zacks, a professor of psychology who's written a book about our neurological responses to movies.
The latest incarnation of the troubling ass-to-mouth horror series is for kids who spend too much time on LiveLeak watching videos of women getting crushed under the wheels of SUVs.
It's now easier for us to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism.
The pioneering "queercore" writer, director, and photographer talks with us about his upcoming retrospective at MoMA, gay conformity, and Andy Warhol.
An inside look at Ex Machina, the new film from director Alex Garland starring Domnhall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander, which opens in theaters today.
This short documentary by director Liam Saint-Pierre profiles a kooky inventor who makes impractical thingamajigs like a tea cup with a cooling fan and an umbrella with plant pots on top.
Inside the competitive, stress-filled, and occasionally lucrative world of the men who dress up like Jack Sparrow, Willy Wonka, the Mad Hatter, and "regular" Johnny Depp.
Disregard the the scathing reviews and the boos it received at Cannes, Ryan Gosling's directorial debut is a great, dreamy film that captures the American nightmare that is the Great Recession.
"My opinion of their reviews is 'two thumbs down.'"