Tilda Swinton

Memoria Movie

‘Memoria’ is Pure, Distilled Meditation in an Affecting Cinematic Experience


Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton offer the gift of reflection.

The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’ is a Spectacle of Mid-Career Innovation


“A new flavor…that’s a rare thing at my age.”

The Dead Dont Die

‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Takes Jim Jarmusch’s Mythical Realism to Another Level


Dry genre comedy yields way to stark meta-commentary.

The Dead Dont Die Trailer

‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Promises to Disassemble the Greatest Zombie Movie Cast Ever


Jim Jarmusch’s undead nightmare has attracted an eclectic mix of names, and they appear to be having a great time.


The Oscars Still Don’t Give A F*ck About Horror


This year’s Academy Award nominations are disappointing, but not surprising, for horror fans.

Wes Anderson And Tilda Swinton

The Real Magic Behind Wes Anderson’s Quirky Casts


The idiosyncratic director always stretches obvious talent to their limits.

George Miller

Your ‘Longing’ for a New George Miller Movie Will Soon Be Over


Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton are set to star in the genie romance ‘Three Thousand Years of Longing.’


Luca Guadagnino Has an Idea for a ‘Suspiria’ Prequel


Guadagnino has hopes to expand another one of his artistic visions further.


Everything You Need to Know Before You Watch ‘Suspiria’


Some horror remakes are shameless cash grabs, but this one looks different. In fact, we hesitate to even call it a remake.