The film's plot is as sparse as the landscape it portrays, with both containing a great deal of overwhelming beauty.
Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter is based on a bizarre urban legend about a Japanese woman who died in North Dakota on a quest for fictitious treasure.
In their latest documentary, Bill and Ross Turner examine Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras, two sister towns located on either side of the Rio Grande.
"My reality was a world where people put snakes into their mouths and make them come out of their nostrils and get possessed and talk to spirits and believe in invisible beings who have magic pebbles."
Director Michael Lukk Litwak captures all the facets of love in ten minutes with the help of prehistoric sharks, spaceship submarines, and T. rexes armed with lasers.
On a sleepy Sunday afternoon, VideoBusters in Caulfield South is the perfect emblem for the dying video store.
VICE tracks down two best friends who have spent their lives making a 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' adaptation by reenacting each scene. We caught up with them as they shot the final frames of their epic.
David Robert Mitchell's evocative throwback centers around a monster that resembles a sexually transmitted disease.
Barbara Loden's film about an aimless woman who abandoned her children made me realize how grateful I am for my own mother's love and care.
There's a new Alien movie coming soon, which should be cause for celebration—if only Colonial Marines had never been made.
The movie's "race mixing" has provoked some of the most vile, old-fashioned racism you'll encounter this week.
In today's outrage culture, it's hard to believe that the Italian cannibal-rape films of the 1970s ever received theatrical releases.
I went to the Razzies to get away from the tired schtick of the Oscars, but found instead an even more tired schtick.
Guest blogger Pauly Shore, along with VICE contributors Megan Koester and Alex J. Mann, will get you through this with your sanity intact.
David Teitelbaum earned a spot on the Tonight Show for walking past a guard and sticking a microphone in Nic Cage's face.
Jacquot's film is compulsively watchable, refreshingly unsexy, and successful in its patchwork depiction of its protagonist's prison-like existence.
We're going to see the same sort of films get nominated again and again as long as the Academy stays old, white, and male.
The internet's freaking out over the announcement that Neill Blomkamp will direct a new movie in the 'Alien' franchise. I thought I'd ask some reputable sources what they thought about the news.
"The old ways of getting money are not there anymore, so sell out, young man."
From Sally Kirkland to Jennifer Aniston, female Oscar nominees have been playing the desperation game for decades.
VICE meets Taika Waititi and Flight of the Conchord's Jemaine Clement to discuss their hilarious new film.
Ratings board president Jean-Francois Mary said it's "a romance, you could even say schmaltzy."
John Carpenter's 1978 original is a horror classic, but the sequels and remakes that followed have been mostly unwatchable. So why is it coming back?
Filmmaker Jesse Allen decided to mine the world of nighttime office cleaners for his fantastic, pitch black comedy short, The Clean Up.