"This graveyard scene, a funny story happened here..."
It took thirty-three years, but Eddie Murphy is finally going back to Zamunda.
Some laughs squeeze by despite mostly being a series of missed opportunities.
We talk to the filmmaker about his career, the truth about 'Hustle & Flow,' and his work with Eddie Murphy.
'Into the Dark' comes to an end while Frank Grillo goes on and on and on and on...
Welcome to World Builders, our ongoing series of conversations with the most productive and thoughtful behind-the-scenes craftspeople in the industry. In this entry, we chat with Jess Hall about Wanda…
Amy Poehler's well-meaning Netflix Original says much less about feminism than it wishes to, ultimately falling flat compared to other progressive female-led teen comedies of today.
James Gunn's directorial debut is as repulsive as it is underrated.
Justified's second season finale, "Bloody Harlan," is a master class in acting, directing, writing, and American myth-making.
We talk to the filmmaker about the unfortunate fate of his ambitious horror fIlm.
Wondering what's good, gory, and gothic in streaming this month? We've got you covered.
Lots to look forward to on Netflix this month, including a new take on some classic Sherlock Holmes characters.
Last year the One Perfect Shot team went in search of the One Perfect Binge. In 2021, we've built a bracket that will help us name cinema's One Perfect Monster.
It may be mere content, but Disney's latest is stunningly rendered all the same.
It's a real gut-buster. In more ways than one. Here's a video essay on the absurdist short film's tonal tightrope walk.
Maria P. Williams was one of the first African-American women to make movies, and her life is as fascinating as the one known film she made.