Roy, a chubby and naive manboy, is meeting his maker, Gilbert "Beto" Hernandez. Beto is still apologizing for his interview on VICE from two weeks ago.
Even with minimal engagement, it remains one of the most visually luscious, emotionally jarring things you'll ever see.
The anime auteur bridged the gap between adult and kids' cinema without patronizing grown-ups or children.
The internet exposed me to the depths of human cruelty, but it was Pasolini's masterpiece that truly disgusted and beguiled me.
John Waters's 1974 trash spectacular demolished the boundaries of good taste, leaving me free to be as tasteless and depraved as I like.
We talked to the lead actors from Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece—the greatest sci-fi movie of all time.
We spoke to its director and star, Angus Sampson, about becoming a troubled genius.
In Jonny Negron's latest comic, a bunch of privileged jerks complain at a movie theater.
We sent Theo Cottle to Leicester Square—London's prime destination for fans of cheap souvenirs and overpriced steak restaurants—to drink cheap booze and point his camera at strangers.
With her critically acclaimed debut feature-length film, Jennifer Kent wants to show that horror movies can explore serious issues.
The emergence of out and open LGBT characters in sci-fi TV series suggests that yes, it is.
How the movie helped me come out after my time as a student in Newcastle, which I spent trying and failing to get my closeted rugby-playing sex partner to commit.
Director Damien Chazelle's film about a young jazz drummer and his teacher is the most tension-packed movie of the season.
When I was seven, I created a 24-page book of drawings in which people were being horrifically murdered, but I turned out OK.
I talked to the grandmaster of trash about the art of auteur filmmaking and why he finds films like Lord of the Rings such a bore.
We talked to the New York filmmaker about her never-before-seen DIY film starring Kathleen Hanna.
In the never-ending circle pit of bad decisions and splitting headaches, these two Italian films have been there to steer me through.
We take a look at some exciting new films about jazz drumming, dysfunctional relationships, northern England, Björk, and Brad Pitt in a tank.
An eerie movie about war, death, and friendship that combines 3D animation and footage from a handheld camera to jarring effect.
His new film In the Basement is all about the odd things his Austrian countrymen are up to in the darkest parts of their homes, and most of it is even (mostly) true.
In this documentary, director Roman Polanski, actress Mia Farrow, and producer Bob Evans battle back and forth about the inception and completion of the reigning champ of psychological thrillers.
In honor of the premiere of his film The Sound and the Fury at Venice and Toronto, here's a test Franco shot for a short film that was to be based on a Faulkner story. It's set during the early days of Faulkner's fictional county, Yoknapatawpha, Mi…
If your boyfriend has become a shitty thing in your life, then it's time to tourniquet that creep. Here's how to do it in seven easy steps (each of them inspired by the good people at WikiHow).
In this interview, Wexler's reveals the power, oppression, and egos he was up against both creatively and politically in making one of Hollywood's most prescient films. It also shows that Haskwell Wexler was—and always will be—a badass.