Samara, the killer ghost, has expanded her murder spree beyond a few random VHS tape viewers for this Ring sequel—which is useful since no one owns VHS players anymore.
The director of early Oscar favorite The Birth of a Nation was acquitted after a 1999 rape allegation, but that was another era when it comes to how sexual assault is discussed in America.
Can—and should—we separate the actions of artists from the content of their art?
The FBI will release 15,000 more of Hillary Clinton's emails, Nicolas Sarkozy wants to become France's president again, McDonald's responds to Kanye West's poem for Frank Ocean, and more.
Ondi Timoner's 2009 film showed how a prophetic art project pre-empted 'Big Brother' and our mass rejection of privacy. We caught up with her to see what's changed since its release.
The new version of the Charlton Heston epic barely qualifies as a remake. In fact, it barely qualifies as a film.
Frank Ocean's sampling of ballroom queen Crystal LaBeija pays direct homage to a figure integral to the nightlife culture of the LGBTQ community of color.
VICE sits down with the legendary German filmmaker to discuss his new documentary, the future of humanity, and trolling.
Sources close to the actor and director have corroborated the rumors, though Turturro himself has yet to say anything about resurrecting Jesus.
The Peaky Blinders actor discusses the evolution of his career in this episode of the VICE series Autobiographies.
A beloved duo playing a beloved duo.
If your idea of great science fiction is Blade Runner, Gattaca, or 2001: A Space Odyssey, then Arrival should be a treat.
If you've got $80,000 to burn and want something to do while you wait for Bill and Ted 3,
the actor has you covered.
There have been more than 1,500 deaths during, or immediately after, police contact in the UK. I wanted to find out why.
The heist thriller about a pair of bank-robbing Texas brothers is as gripping as it is politically minded.
Everything we've seen from teasers and trailers make the movie look like superb, but can we trust them?
Here's the first look at Moonlight, a stunning new movie about black masculinity.
Investigators believe 100 Democrats were hit in the Russian cyberattack, the Trump Tower climber reportedly wanted an audience with the candidate, the DEA will announce an expansion to marijuana research, and more.
A cast of talented women is just what the internet needs to explode in hateful rage like it did with the new Ghostbusters.
Except he didn't want to talk about the new dating site for fans of The Room at all.
Highlyann Krasnow and Mel Stones capture the spirit of New York in the 90s in this series of portraits that feature the stars of the iconic and controversial film, 'Kids.'
Sue de Beer's work is infused with a sense of the occult, something she attributes to growing up in Salem, Massachusetts.
In Where Is Rocky II? the co-writer of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind hires a private detective to find a piece of art Ed Ruscha supposedly hid in the middle of the Mojave Desert.
We speak to the Welcome to the Dollhouse director about feeling like an outsider and making movies about mortality.