Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska's The Lure is like David Cronenberg meets The Little Mermaid.
Every year 130 people are killed or seriously injured on Australia's train lines.
John Hughes crafted a right-wing masterpiece under the guise of good, clean fun for the family.
We caught up with the Hateful Eight star to talk about his penchant for Westerns, working with Tarantino, and that time Snake Plissken startled four badass guys in East St. Louis.
According to them it features "giant metal dogs," and is sort of like Adele, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Disneyland, and Top Gun.
The newest Star Wars movie channels America's deepest longings and updates them with characters who look more like us.
Everything you need to know about the hype for The Force Awakens, from A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far Far Away to Zabrak.
In honor of the ten-year anniversary of the release of the iconic gay Western, we spoke to B. Ruby Rich, the film scholar who coined the term 'new queer cinema,' to discuss the evolution of gayness on the silver screen.
The controversial new film tells a story of gun violence that's deeply personal to me, but he gets it wrong.
It's like a job interview where seven executives watch you and decide whether they'd like to watch you bang a big star on-screen. Failing is easy.
We talked to the director about his new short Swimming in Your Skin Again, a mesmerising, non-narrative tour of images and sound.
Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy says there won't be any Ewoks, either, dashing the hopes of many diehard fans.
The new yuletide film about Santa Claus' evil German 'shadow' is indebted to many Christmas horror flicks past, from Gremlins to Dan Ackroyd's drunk Santa in Trading Places.
After a six-year hiatus, the director has returned with Where to Invade Next, a new doc that has him "conquering" foreign countries like Tunisia and Germany to steal their good ideas.
Anders Weberg plans to show his last movie, Ambiancé, all over the world on December 31, 2020, then destroy it.
We met the acclaimed director Leena Yadav and talked about film, feminism and how the patriarchy affects us all.
Something to Come, premiering on HBO Europe this week, follows a child in a Russian garbage dump over the course of 14 years.
A new documentary shows how planting the seeds of social change begins with knowing where your food comes from.
There were many men with guns before one shot Malala.
Victoria is a genre movie told in real time in a single steady, unbroken scene. It's taut, at times sweet, often stressful, and surprisingly intimate. It's also a total stunt.
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.