I love an acting-career comeback, especially for someone as deserving as Jake Gyllenhaal. His role as a creepy, Los Angeles crime videographer in Nightcrawler signals a career revival that could be the next McConaissance.
Director Damien Chazelle's film about a young jazz drummer and his teacher is the most tension-packed movie of the season.
In the pitch-black comedy short The Body, Alfie Allen from Game of Thrones stars as a murderer who wraps up a corpse and lugs it down London's busy streets and sidewalks.
Today we're hosting the world premiere of Mike and Claire's new piece, RATS, just in time for Halloween. The short is a queer romp through a mischievous, monochrome world. It's also really, really freaky.
When I was seven, I created a 24-page book of drawings in which people were being horrifically murdered, but I turned out OK.
Featuring stories from Wes Craven, John Carpenter, Clive Barker, and more.
Animator Mathieu Labaye's short film 'Le Labyrinthe' attempts to portray the psychosis that occurs during solitary confinement.
I talked to the grandmaster of trash about the art of auteur filmmaking and why he finds films like Lord of the Rings such a bore.
We talked to the New York filmmaker about her never-before-seen DIY film starring Kathleen Hanna.
Writer and director Ana Lily Amirpour's debut film is the best Iranian vampire noir that you'll see all year.
After launching scores of think pieces this summer, Dear White People is actually in theaters and it's one of the most thoughtful films about race in a long time. Writer/director Justin Simien chatted with us about his thoughts on a third way in po…
In the never-ending circle pit of bad decisions and splitting headaches, these two Italian films have been there to steer me through.
I spoke to Dan Gilroy about why he thinks local TV news is bad for us and how today's lack of job security hurts young people.
In this week's VICE Meets, Reihan Salam sits with Perry and Schwartzman to talk about success, working together on their darkly funny new film, and the pains of changing without growing.
After my life fell into shambles, I began to embrace the Lebowskian philosophy of the Coen Brothers' comic masterpiece-my "becoming-Dude," if you will.
The problem with most horror films portraying mental illness is that real life pathology is willfully abandoned in favor of melodramatic storytelling.
We take a look at some exciting new films about jazz drumming, dysfunctional relationships, northern England, Björk, and Brad Pitt in a tank.
A few years ago, the artist and filmmaker Laura Poitras began a documentary about spying. She couldn't have imagined what she would end up seeing.
On Tuesday, November 4, we're reuniting with Gifford at the legendary art house Anthology Film Archives to present Beyond Wild at Heart: An X-Rated Evening. Get your tickets here.
An eerie movie about war, death, and friendship that combines 3D animation and footage from a handheld camera to jarring effect.
The painted trains that were popularly despised as emblem's of NYC's decay and chaos in the late 1970s and 1980s are now viewed with a certain nostalgia and respect, along with the gritty landscape that has since vanished.
Thirty years after the longest strike in UK history, a new documentary tells the story of those on the front lines.
Ezra Miller, who will play the Flash on the big screen, identifies as queer, meaning that for the first time an openly non-heterosexual man will be playing the lead in a superhero film.
I interviewed director Elaine Constantine about her film about the British subculture that was all about soul music, bowling shirts, and slick dancing.