We talk with writer, director, and producer Travis Stevens about his experience with social media and the fight against toxic masculinity.
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Author: William Dass
Milicent Patrick, the creator of the iconic Gill Man, was fired by Bud Westmore so he could steal her credit. 65 years later, Hollywood still runs on sexism.
‘Mandy’ is great, but Nicolas Cage goes full Dad Life Crisis in ‘Mom And Dad’ and it is amazing.
Filmmaking ain't easy. We want to celebrate some of the folks who finally got that film out of their heads and onto the screen.
The writer and director of Shudder’s new podcast discusses the art of storytelling and opportunities available to those willing to forge a path into new markets and mediums.
An interview with Armando Iannucci’s composer which starts in Soviet Russia and ends in Walt Disney World.
Jim Cummings talks about hurricane diaspores, toxic masculinity, and the importance of crying at comedies.
We talk with the indie horror master about the evolution of filmmaking throughout his career and the challenges of cramming it all into a book.
The indie horror director’s biomechanical, Cronenbergian sexterpiece is really a love story.
What do you do when your dreams come true and nothing changes? Keep hustling, 'Something Else' is always lurking.