VICE meets Taika Waititi and Flight of the Conchord's Jemaine Clement to discuss their hilarious new film.
Werner Herzog has enacted the absurd over half a century of art and life—what can self-parody mean to him?
The short film's emotional core is centered around "Every Breaking Wave" and "The Troubles," two tracks drawn from U2's Songs of Innocence.
Ratings board president Jean-Francois Mary said it's "a romance, you could even say schmaltzy."
The Iranian director's latest experimental feature, filmed in secret and smuggled out of his home country, is one of the Berlinale's most highly anticipated premieres.
Sean Dunne's new documentary is about dudes named Mr. Sexy Cocoa Beach who have threesomes on the docks.
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?
Stop Porn Culture and 50 Shades Is Abuse are two organizations that believe the film is dangerous in its promotion of violence against women.
Richard Linklater's lazy Gen X indie flick taught me that sometimes, it's OK to take the roundabout way.
The legendary director's first crowdfunded film is a freewheeling vampire flick with lots of sex and violence.
Filmmaker Jesse Allen decided to mine the world of nighttime office cleaners for his fantastic, pitch black comedy short, The Clean Up.
In the documentary Looking for Jesus (2012—....), artist Katarzyna Kozyra speaks with men exhibiting symptoms of Jerusalem Syndrome, a condition that makes people believe they're the messiah.
The film offers unexamined statements about the industry and vague intimations that doing porn harms women and that watching it warps men.
Critics of American Sniper have presupposed the American public is too stupid to appreciate the film's nuances.
There were some amazing films this year, including Adam Curtis's Bitter Lake, Sono Sion's Tokyo Tribe, and Kim Longinotto's Dreamcatcher.
"You've got a sort of mini-genocide going on and it just doesn't penetrate because America's so racially divided."
Words can't do justice to the repugnant milieu of German's adaptation of the Soviet sci-fi classic Hard to Be a God. It's filled with disease, blood, shit, and endless fighting, serving as a dark reflection of humanity's base proclivities.
Jay and Mark Duplass have made names for themselves with the endearing hyperrealism of their mumblecore films. Now, the brothers are writing a new TV series, which follows the tribulations of 30-somethings trying to make sense of their adult lives.
The Creators Project spoke to John Goldsmith about building the film's historically accurate world on a budget and his personal method for putting mood boards together.
A doc about US race relations, a Scientology expose, and a transgender tale shot entirely on an iPhone 5s are all receiving a fair amount of hype.
Striving for perfection can drive you insane, but I didn't realize just how insane I'd become until I watched Darren Aronofsky's film.
Peter Strickland's latest film is an insightful, layered look at relationships that contains a few conversation-starting scenes.
Stinking Heaven is the sardonic new comedy about recovering addicts who reside in a chaotic self-run sober-living home that sells kombucha out of a van.
The director's latest movie is a haunting deconstruction of a small-time performer's psyche as he travels across the desolate Mojave Desert.