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 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.
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.
The awarding-winning documentary Fire at Sea is a harrowing and personal look at the migrant crisis on a tiny island near Italy.
The film, out this week, asks if we have become lost in an unreal world.
The sixth installment, Dead Men Tell No Tales, looks a lot like the past five, but this time the bad guy will be played by Javier Bardem.
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.
What this new documentary says about social media and the blurred lines of culpability and consent for an entire generation.
In honour of the fake moon landing-based mockumentary that's just come out in the US, these five genre classics are also worth your time.
With the horror film's sequel opening this weekend, we look at how 'The Blair Witch Project' revolutionised scary movies for a culture steeped in rapidly captured, real-time images.
We spoke to the "Italian Stallion", who's fucked through four generations of porn, about the new documentary chronicling his long career and even longer penis.
VICE sits down with 'Operation Avalanche' director Matt Johnson and his team to discuss the new movie and their unorthodox approach to filmmaking.
We had a chat with the actor ahead of the release of his new film.
We put TIFF films starring the likes of Kristen Stewart, Michelle Williams, Ellen Page, and Catherine Keener (among others) to the Bechdel test.
The actor opens up about Snowden, patriotism, and his family's longstanding awareness that the government can be shadier than you think.
A new doc confronts William Powell about his infamous homemade bomb-making book 'The Anarchist Cookbook' just before his death.
You could lift, say, Cary Grant out of a role and simply replace him with his modern equivalent, George Clooney, but I doubt anyone could possibly be a "modern Gene Wilder".
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 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.
This year's TIFF lineup looks pretty dope.
While the teaser actually has new footage in it, it's about as boring as watching trains go by, because it is literally just that.
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.