The movie adaptation of the popular Victorian/zombie mash-up novel combines corsets and the undead, but it doesn't have the spark of the source material.
The Coen brothers' latest is a brilliant balance of fun and darkness that masks an unexpectedly sharp critique of shady dealing in the film industry.
Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska's The Lure is like David Cronenberg meets The Little Mermaid.
In Uncle Howard, Aaron Brookner embarks on a mission to reclaim the lost negative of his uncle's famed doc on William Burroughs with the help of Jim Jarmusch and other New York icons.
Chiune Sugihara, sometimes called the "Japanese Schindler," was a diplomat living in Europe during WWII who defied his own government and issued thousands of transit visas to Jews facing execution. The overlooked hero is the focus of a new biopic.
Writer-director-star Nate Parker's searing new film depicting Nat Turner's slave rebellion couldn't be more timely.
The makers of 13 Hours are trying to have their Benghazi politics both ways.
He says he's going to the movies, but really he's alone, in his bed, with a new book...
We caught up with the director to talk about activism by artists and the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. today.
We also visit an LGBT church in Texas to find out why Houston doesn't have an equal rights protection ordinance and take a look at Michael Bay's career in light of his latest film.
We spoke with the screenwriter-turned-auteur about Anomalisa and just how hard it is to shoot a stop-motion animated scene of two puppets doing it.
The much-loved British actor appeared in only a handful of short films. Most recently, he used his trademark creepiness and subtlety to play a stalker of sorts in Ben Ockrent and Jake Russell's 2013 drama Dust.
A dumpster fire lighted by Ricky Gervais, basically.
Sales figures show that video games were the most popular home entertainment option in the UK in 2015.
Colombian director Ciro Guerra's critically acclaimed new movie tells the story of the invasion of the sacred jungle from an indigenous perspective.
David O. Russell's new film shows us that women can innovate without the egomania or excessive bro-courage that typifies the Zuckerbergs of the world.
The director's latest is a Reconstruction-era Western filled with N-bombs and berserk provocations.
In a year packed with feminist blockbusters like Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the sequel about a male stripper comes out on top.
The new film is letting mainstream moviegoers know that it might not be healthy for gigantic men to ruthlessly slam their bodies into each other a whole bunch.
John Hughes crafted a right-wing masterpiece under the guise of good, clean fun for the family.
The latest installment in the Star Wars franchise is more than just a movie, it's a nostalgia trip meant to be consumed by generations of fans primed to love it. But what about the non-fans?
Phil Tippett is the mastermind behind some of the greatest fantasy creatures and sci-fi set pieces in cinema history.
We caught up with the Hateful Eight star to talk about his penchant for Westerns, working with Tarantino, and that time Snake Plissken startled four badass guys in East St. Louis.
According to them it features "giant metal dogs," and is sort of like Adele, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Disneyland, and Top Gun.