We visited Bruce Robinson at his Herefordshire farmhouse to talk about his life and his new book, They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper.
The charming, profound, and strikingly original animated short film has finally arrived online.
We talked to British-Jamaican filmmaker Cecile Emeke about her thoughtful web series, which shines a light on the lives of black people everywhere.
What better way to harness his star power and ascend to new heights of glory than to run for public office, right?
We met up with director Jonas Carpignano to talk about his new film that intimately portrays the difficult, dangerous, and human side of the West African immigrant experience in Italy.
A new documentary criticizes TASER International and the studies behind the company's safety claims.
The long-running happening transformed a raw warehouse space into a 24/7 art and film hub.
We met up with the filmmaker to discuss his new film, an exploration of lesbian love in the homophobic 1950s.
There's cardboard Chewbacca, and cardboard Stormtroopers, and cardboard TIE fighters, and a cardboard Millennium Falcon.
The miniseries will be helmed by Noah Hawley, the guy behind the network's Fargo show.
Next year, an aging Zoolander will team up with Hansel to go after their archnemesis, Mugatu, who's out of prison and systematically slaying all the beautiful people in the world, including Bieber.
The Sunshine Makers is a new documentary that shares the untold story of the chemists-turned-criminals who altered the psychedelic world.
After failed adaptations that were supposed to star everyone from Jack Nicholson to Bill Murray, David Boswell's cantankerous cult comic book character has finally gotten the film it deserves.
The magnum opus of outsider filmmaker John S. Rad wants to be a grim thriller. Instead, it's a bizarre and hilarious testament to the difficulties of creating art.
We spoke to George Gittoes, whose astonishing new documentary, Snow Monkey, is like The Act of Killing meets The Wolfpack meets Lawrence of Arabia—with the Taliban and ISIS thrown in.
Despite battling a serious illness, the Holly from Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side" is in good spirits.
VICE sits down with the French-Argentinian filmmaker to talk about his controversial and sexually explicit new film, Love.
Just in case you have an overwhelming urge to revisit Holes.
"Something could happen anytime between now and [the Hateful Eight premiere in December]."
There's more Chewbacca, more Princess Leia, and more vaguely worded voiceovers about Kylo Ren's destiny and Rey's maybe-Skywalker heritage.
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.
Burger King's latest food stunt makes for a hell of a photo prop.