We talked to British-Jamaican filmmaker Cecile Emeke about her thoughtful web series, which shines a light on the lives of black people everywhere.
A new documentary criticizes TASER International and the studies behind the company's safety claims.
We spoke to the actors about why you shouldn't get a Stewie Griffin tattoo when you're drunk and why Justin Bieber's life probably sucks.
There's cardboard Chewbacca, and cardboard Stormtroopers, and cardboard TIE fighters, and a cardboard Millennium Falcon.
The Sunshine Makers is a new documentary that shares the untold story of the chemists-turned-criminals who altered the psychedelic world.
The kids that Gittoes befriends aren't even teenagers, but they already have jobs to support their families.
Aziz Ansari's new Netflix series Master of None confirms we're in the golden age of Asian-American representation in Hollywood.
I spoke to the director of The Swedish Theory of Love about why we Swedes are so lonely, independent, strong and sad.
The preppiness of the film is overbearing and that's why the hair-raising scenes work: you just don't expect a nerdy teenage girl in a school uniform to try and rape her classmate in the shower.
Creepy teenage girls, secret relationships and the Swedish loneliness are at the center in this year's international film festival in Stockholm.
The problem with SPECTRE isn't that it's dumb – it's that it's not dumb enough.
The award-winning short Small People with Hats is highly original, disturbing, and possibly the best animated thing you'll watch all year.
From pud-pulling in a French prison to mother-son BJs in suburban Maryland, here's an overview of unsimulated sex acts on the silver screen.
Funny, disturbing, and genuinely terrifying, the Frankenstein sequel remains one of the genre's unlikely masterpieces 80 years after it first graced the silver screen.
We spoke to Fessenden about how being remembered is sometimes better than being paid.
An afterthought of a 26-year-old plot detail inspired dozens of people to put on costumes and roam the streets of Los Angeles County.
The author of a new book on Nicolas Cage argues that the actor only accepts roles in shitty movies because they allow him to push the boundaries of his craft.
In honour of a stunning new Blu-Ray edition, we got some film experts to break down what makes Eckhart Schmidt's tale of an obsessive new wave fan a classic.
In the early days of the internet, a subculture was built around the cartoons made with Adobe's Flash. But now that the software is dying, is the community dying with it?
We caught up with the Danish auteur to chat about his gorgeous new hardcover book The Act of Seeing, which collects hundreds of vintage schlock posters.
The cult Japanese director talks about his prolific output, his scuttled Tom Hardy project, and that time his mom took a bunch of her friends to see Ichi the Killer.
'My Skinny Sister' explores what happens to a family when one member develops a devastating eating disorder.
It's time we take a minute to look at what this guy did wrong, some of which was pretty racist.
In the late 1960s, a burgeoning sense of Quebec identity hinged, in part, on some beautiful women taking off their clothes.