We chat with the filmmaker about how one haunting image propelled him to make his meaty creature feature.
We chat with the filmmaker about the state of the Yakuza film in the world and his desire to return a little shine to the genre.
We spoke to the actor-turned-director about his new film 'Madness in the Method' and how it helped shed the torment of typecasting.
We try to talk with the actor about his new film 'Astronaut,' but we quickly sidetrack into a philosophical exploration of the only rageful gods humanity deserves.
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.
We chat with ‘Searching’ Cinematographer Juan Sebastián Barón about finding creativity through restraint.
The star of 'BlacKkKlansman' tells us about preparing to play police officers: “I did ridealongs for about a month. It was hard to sleep that month with the things I was seeing.”
John Cameron Mitchell's newest movie turns a Neil Gaiman short story into a vivacious cannibal punk extravaganza. He says it's a metaphor for Brexit.