Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' Is Wonderful and Weird
The adaptation of the comic written by Gerard Way is "a ten hour movie," inspired, in part, by Wes Anderson.
'Nightcrawler' Is Media Criticism Disguised as a Thriller
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.
A Conversation with Director Adam Wingard of 'The Guest'
Ana Lily Amirpour's sat down with Adam Wingard, director of You're Next and the new film The Guest, which is playing this week at Sundance Next Fest, to talk about pot, vampires, superheroes, and a bit about movies.
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Author Deborah Reed Sets Things on Fire
I sat down with her to talk about her upbringing, how her pseudonym let her write thrillers without giving a shit, and why her latest novel, Things We Set on Fire, took 16 years to write.
Hunting R.L. Stine at the Year’s Biggest Thriller Conference
I went to ThrillerFest—a three-day-long nerd orgy for the writers behind those spooky paperbacks with the embossed covers you see at checkout counters. The speakers were a bunch of obscure writers I’ve never heard of because I lost my virginity a long...
A Film Issue
Argento is much more than the guy who epitomized two very cool film styles.
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