The anime auteur bridged the gap between adult and kids' cinema without patronizing grown-ups or children.
The internet exposed me to the depths of human cruelty, but it was Pasolini's masterpiece that truly disgusted and beguiled me.
The UK's morality police freaked out over gory horror films in the 1980s, leading to a widespread ban—which is now being echoed by a recent crackdown on fetish porn.
This is a film is a bizarre synthesis of Hollywood horror and actors' screams. You're going to love and hate it.
James Bond has always been a figure of nationalistic pride in Great Britain, but he's also a spiritual avatar for the modern conservative movement in England.
The 1969 film helped launch the creative ambitions of Louis CK and Paul Thomas Anderson. We talked to Downey, now 78, about whether or not it's his best film, and whether anyone really "gets" it.
The Creators Project talked to the director and editor of The Imitation Game, the new film about legendary mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Dr. Rebecca Gomperts is a Dutch activist who has devoted her life to helping women safely terminate pregnancies in countries where doing so is illegal.
John Waters's 1974 trash spectacular demolished the boundaries of good taste, leaving me free to be as tasteless and depraved as I like.
We sat down with Ana Lily Amirpour and some of the other people who helped make her minimalist Iranian vampire flick possible.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in his most famous role—the time-traveling robotic assassin known as the Terminator. The first trailer for the new film is out, so we looked at just how similar this film might be to its predecessors.
We talked to the lead actors from Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece—the greatest sci-fi movie of all time.
Marshall Curry's documentary, Point and Shoot, tells the story of of Matthew VanDyke, a man who set off to travel through North Africa on a motorcycle and ended up joining the 2011 Libyan revolution.
The latest Bond movie, Spectre, promises to be another grim, serious affair. But there was a time when James Bond was a cartoon, both figuratively and literally.
It's just a shame the benchmark of masculinity that it set revolved around a violent, racist scumbag.
Larry the Cable Guy's latest direct-to-video masterpiece, a sequel to Arnold Schwarzenegger's pseudo-classic, came out today. I watched it and relished how perfectly bad it is.
We spoke to its director and star, Angus Sampson, about becoming a troubled genius.
I Am Santa Claus is heartwarming documentary that features a gay mall Santa Claus. Some Santas are pretty pissed off about it.
The trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is available all over the internet, but is only screening in theaters in 30 cities in the United States. So, we sent a writer who's never seen a single Star Wars movie to check out the spectacle first-ha…
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.