There's a possibility that no one was really summoning an evil spirit—they were summoning money for some executive who wants to promote his mediocre horror film.
Guy Myhill's new film is like the British version of Gummo.
The viral sensation manages to combine David Hasselhoff, a 200-foot-tall Norse god, and a kung-fu-wielding Hitler (Kung Führer) into an outrageous, 80s-inspired action package that is every fan boy's wet dream.
We met the daughter of notorious French drug trafficker Gaëtan Zampa in Marseille to talk about her relationship with her father and the city's history as a drug smuggling port.
Sleep paralysis is a nightmare experienced while you're awake, paralyzed in your bed while dark figures lurk nearby. Ascher's new documentary explores the terrifying experience.
We sat down with the man behind A Prophet and Rust and Bone to talk about his latest film, Les Cowboys—a modern-day Western that tackles Islamophobia in France.
What can a Dwayne Johnson movie teach California about disaster preparedness?
We Skyped with the Golden Bear-winning director about her process, her feminine perspective, and what it was like to work with Jennifer Connelly.
For The Gayby Project, Australian filmmaker Maya Newell spent four years documentary the lives of children with same-sex parents.
We met the renowned filmmaker Nabil Ayouch and his star after the premiere of their tough, yet tender, film at Cannes.
Ahead of the Sydney Film Festival next month we've selected our picks to will help your navigate their brain-splittingly great program.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas is the controversial Ghanian investigative journalist who's broken dozens of stories of corruption and organized crime in West Africa. He's also the subject of a new documentary called Chameleon by Ryan Mullins.
The Disney film is clunky in places, but its optimistic message is the sort of thing summer blockbusters could use a lot more of.
This year, the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival has fewer coming-out stories and more "post-gay" movies—but queer cinema remains a vital, vibrant scene.
We talked to the notorious shock peddler about his reputation, his "dark view of humanity," and whether he's worried about life imitating his art.
Turns out that dressing up in a costume and begging for spare tickets occasionally works.
Talking with New Zealand director, Christopher Dudman, about his Christchurch earthquake documentary "The Day That Changed My Life".
We are consumed by the idea of cars as weapons, homes, extensions of ourselves. And in Mad Max: Fury Road', George Miller takes this to its logical extreme.
George Miller tells us about the challenges he faced to recreate the Wasteland and why it took 17 years to make this movie happen.
Travis Blue imitated Laura Palmer to get through a rough childhood, growing up queer in the Pacific Northwest. Now filmmaker Adam Baran wants to tell Blue's story.
It's an amazing documentary and we are really excited to help get it out there in the world.
Aaron Clarey runs a blog called Captain Capitalism, and doesn't want his action movies to "contain some damn political lecture or moray about feminism, SJW-ing, and socialism."
It's a pulse-pounding, two-hour car chase that's explicitly about bringing down the patriarchy.
It was just discovered on YouTube, so we watched the whole thing and talked to the special effects guy behind all the spooky ghost stuff.