It came out the same year as many other big-budget disaster movies, almost 20 years ago, but the cult classic couldn't be more different from its rivals.
We spoke to the Always Shine star about the pressure of feminine ideals and how irritating it is to be considered a literal measuring stick by men.
We chat with director Erica Tremblay about her documentary and the importance roller derby plays in queer culture.
Is Denis Villeneuve's latest film poindextery jibber-jabber, or a commanding, optimistic example of cinema at its finest? Two critics debate.
HBO just dropped the trailer for its new documentary Beware the Slenderman, focusing on the true crime story of the online boogyman and the trial of young girls who tried to kill for him.
We spoke to Makoto Shinkai about gender swapping, miscommunication and the worry of losing ancient tradition.
'Loving', a new film, reminds us that anti-miscegenation attitudes are still prevalent in today's society.
The new documentary Peter and the Farm is an unflinching look at the highs and lows of being the only farmer on a one-man farm.
The newest member of Marvel's Cinematic Universe puts a psychedelic, mystical spin on your typical superhero.
Jeff Nichols has built his reputation as a director of terse and unusual American dramas with a distinct regional flair. We spoke with him about difficult histories, the best BBQ joints in the South, and his dream of a commercial hit.
We asked soldiers, events staff, music A&Rs, journalists and IT workers, among others, how their lives could have turned out if they weren't such piece-of-shit failures.
Twenty-five years after it was first released, the film is coming back to UK cinemas.
Thir13en Ghosts was an important film, god damn it!
It turns out the Oscar-winning actor has been thinking a lot about fish.
The eerie and surprisingly resonant 1980 film about a girl who gets sucked into another dimension is a forebear to Netflix's hit show.
We caught up with the legendary filmmaker to talk about Into the Inferno, his gorgeous new documentary about volcanoes, poetry, and North Korea.
"The Red Pill" claims to investigate men's rights activists, except it was funded by men's rights activists. Its premiere has been cancelled by Palace Cinemas.
The grotesque comedy about an undergrad who binges on "tanning pills" to win a minority scholarship turns 30 today.
What does the 90s' mumbling, fourth-rate action star say about America and me?
Christian Slater and King Cobra director Justin Kelly on the challenges of making a film about underage porn stars, intergenerational relationships, and murder.
We spoke to the filmmaker about his game-changing film about what it's like to be young, gay, and black in Miami.
Framed as a last-ditch appeal to the Trump voter, Michael Moore's documentary on the 2016 election makes a pitch to reluctant liberals and leftists.
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.
Writer and star Brittani Nichols on making a comedy about suicide, LGBTQ characters, and not hiring straight white dudes.