Don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have Criterion’s dazzling new restoration of Now, Voyager.
I’m sure Andy Serkis is satisfied cashing his checks for what will surely be a lucrative new job.
Szamanka drifts between horror and humor, and thus is not for everyone.
Entertainers focused on their own sense of self, such as performance artist Brother Theodore and filmmaker/actor Crispin Glover, are wonderfully loopy stunt interviews.
Korine touched base over the phone about his latest endeavor, sometimes taking the conversation seriously, other times veering into delightful hyperbole.
One has to be adventurous and willing to ride the wave of satire, allusion, loquacity, and the stitched-togetherness of it all.
The final days of principal photography are upon us.
This indifferently made TV-horror flick will inspire more snores than scares.
It’s a prankster film that seems to have been made on the fly by Korine and a handful of his friends.
The film is very lively, somewhat thrown together in that loose yet aggressively visceral Abel Ferrara style.
Michael Almereyda’s latest documentary is a series of incidents, moments in time, collected over 10 years of travel.
Von Trier is a compulsive button-pusher in the battle of the sexes, the battle of political correctness, the battle of cinema as playground of ideas.
Passing Strange is the kind of show that makes you want to get on your feet, jump around, and make noise.
Day sixteen is easily, without a doubt, the worst and most painful day of shooting on God’s Land.
We are over halfway through shooting God’s Land now—and seeing light at the end of the tunnel for some of our principal actors.
Abel Ferrara was in the right place at the right time to make Bad Lieutenant.
The film is a masterpiece, but not for the faint of heart.
At least as a balancing act between violent set pieces and charming banter, A Perfect Getaway is never dull.