Luchino Visconti’s The Leopard is quite simply the most lavish historical epic ever captured on celluloid.
The most creative periods for the movies seem to occur about every 30 years, usually triggered by the advent of some new technology.
We’ve stormed the gates and are now officially part of the canon-forming establishment…or (fingers crossed) the canon-altering anti-establishment.
Are the demons that fed Tarnation’s making still present? Is it still, as Renee recites in the film’s closing moments, a beautiful world?
From Blade to Buffy, we’ve always needed fearless soldiers to battle creatures of the night, and to make sure that the only thing Dracula and company are biting is the dust.
There’s something highly appropriate about sitting before an all-star dais at the press conference for To Rome with Love.
We recently spoke with the actor about his career and his current role.
Like a proper Shakespearean tragedy, the first part of The Rape of the Vampire ends with the bulk of its dramatis personae recently deceased. Wither, then, the sequel?
The Mexican auteur discusses all that’s unspoken in this poetic vision.
We spoke with Vinterberg about the experience of making The Hunt, our world’s changing values, and the modern-day witch hunt.
We recently caught up with Kahane and Bockley to chat about February House, a musical based on Sherill Tippins’s book.
We spoke with the young and talented filmmaker about his new film, Laurence Anyways, his fascination with Titanic, his use of music, and more.
The conversation unfailingly circled back to politics, and the little matter of Barack Obama coming out in support of gay marriage.