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.
With her critically acclaimed debut feature-length film, Jennifer Kent wants to show that horror movies can explore serious issues.
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.
More and more of our comedy legends have been revealed to be monsters. Mike Nichols, however, wasn't—at least, I hope he wasn't. Because if he were, we'd have no heroes left.
I talked to her about all that stuff and also Sex and the City.
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.
There's a new Peanuts movie coming out next year, but it likely won't be able to capture the unique blend of despair and empathy that made Charles Schulz's original strip so influential and important.
The film is a spectacularly absurd story comprised of little vignettes that are linked together by the path of a bouncing red ball.
How the movie helped me come out after my time as a student in Newcastle, which I spent trying and failing to get my closeted rugby-playing sex partner to commit.
In the mid 1990s, Leonardo DiCaprio was the king of the world. He was also friends with Dana Giacchetto, a former investment banker who went to jail for misappropriating $9 million and claims he's the real inspiration for The Wolf of Wall Street.
In preparation for the theatrical release of 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night', the brooding vampire noir film that recently blew everyone away at Sundance, we talked with director Ana Lily Amipour and Elijah Wood, who co-produced the film.
Foxcatcher is the new Bennett Miller movie that tells the backstory of a brutal, mysterious, and headline-grabbing 1996 murder. However, the murderer and his motives are richer and much more complex than what is even on screen.
We talked to the Iranian journalist, who was arrested and interrogated for months for appearing on The Daily Show and is now the subject of Jon Stewart's directorial debut, Rosewater.
When hip-hop radio host Wendy Williams started her talk show, nobody expected her to inherit Oprah's throne, but today she's set to become a media empress.
We talked to director Tim K. Smith about the station's troubles to stay afloat in the Great Recession.
Director Bennett Miller spent seven years making his third feature film, Foxcatcher—a retelling of the true story of millionaire heir John du Pont's fateful relationship with a pair of Olympic wrestlers, Mark and Dave Schultz.
Opening tomorrow, November 14, "Foxcatcher" tells the story of John du Pont, an eccentric millionaire who trained the Olympic wrestling champions Mark and Dave Schultz. VICE sat down with the film's stars to discuss the arresting story.
The Human Centipede 2 is haunting. Over the last two years I have found it truly difficult to shake off. This is why having watched it is important. If a film leaves its fingerprints on your brain, it's telling you something.
We were in a real race against time to mitigate the chance of the film being completely shitty. We did not win that race.
John Goodman's screwball comedy is pure fucking evil.
And if "cool" is gimp masks and adrenaline shots to the heart, then I'm kind of OK with that.
Fans mostly know writer M. A. Larson for the scripts he has written for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, but soon the world may know Larson more for his debut novel.