Even with minimal engagement, it remains one of the most visually luscious, emotionally jarring things you'll ever see.
A musical puppet show, an animated short about our fear of death, and Spike Lee's documentary about Mo'ne Davis all made our list.
In light of his new documentary on Showtime, I met the star of Encino Man to chat about his life, his career, and his plans to open something called Weasel's Bar and Grill.
We sat down with Ana Lily Amirpour and the film's star, Sheila Vand, to talk about love and loneliness in the genre-bending Iranian vampire Western.
Netflix's new show has all the makings of a great series. There's intrigue, politics, betrayals, and assassins in the night. Unfortunately, there's also a scrawny white guy named Marco Polo wandering through the scenes, often moping and confused.
The anime auteur bridged the gap between adult and kids' cinema without patronizing grown-ups or children.
Denver has made life miserable for anyone trying to host a show or party that is advertised as allowing pot smoke. But the demand for cannabis clubs and weed-friendly venues is putting the massive grey areas of Colorado's marijuana laws to the test.
The internet exposed me to the depths of human cruelty, but it was Pasolini's masterpiece that truly disgusted and beguiled me.
The 1969 film helped launch the creative ambitions of Louis CK and Paul Thomas Anderson. We talked to Downey, now 78, about whether or not it's his best film, and whether anyone really "gets" it.
Dr. Rebecca Gomperts is a Dutch activist who has devoted her life to helping women safely terminate pregnancies in countries where doing so is illegal.
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 sat down with Ana Lily Amirpour and some of the other people who helped make her minimalist Iranian vampire flick possible.
We talked to the lead actors from Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece—the greatest sci-fi movie of all time.
Marshall Curry's documentary, Point and Shoot, tells the story of of Matthew VanDyke, a man who set off to travel through North Africa on a motorcycle and ended up joining the 2011 Libyan revolution.
It's just a shame the benchmark of masculinity that it set revolved around a violent, racist scumbag.
We spoke to its director and star, Angus Sampson, about becoming a troubled genius.
Most people remember their first time inside a strip club. For New York–based filmmaker Tom Gould, that rite of passage was so memorable he made a film about it 14 years later.
Paul Thomas Anderson is not afraid to get weird. His latest effort happens to get weird in the sense that it seems to deliver a contact high as you're watching it.
Karl Edwards knows digital photography isn't just for tech nerds and your mom.
We talked to Göran Hugo Olsson, the director of the new documentary—narrated by Lauryn Hill—that brings Frantz Fanon's thinking to the big screen.
The emergence of out and open LGBT characters in sci-fi TV series suggests that yes, it is.
I interviewed former Daily Star journalist Rich Peppiatt about his new film in which he trolls newspaper editors.
The legendary, acclaimed comedian, writer, and director of stage and screen passed away yesterday at the age of 83.
We talked to the documentarian behind STOP, a film about the national embarrassment that is the NYPD's routine hassling of young black and Hispanic men.