David and Nathan Zellner have created a Western that puts the inherent violence of the incel movement squarely in its sights.
Death rides alongside manifest destiny.
In space, no one can hear you quick-draw.
The western anthology of shorts starts with a bang and quickly fades into a whimper.
We all love a good story about ourselves, so long as the people in the stories are us but not us.
Zombies, space sagas and age ratings: fifty years ago, cinema was changed forever.
We chat with Eshom and Ian Nelms about what it takes to make an excellent, small movie about some messed up people just trying to do the right thing.
They are more than just a relic, but an opportunity for reinvention.
What could be hollower than to die alone?
Sergio Corbucci’s lost masterpiece finally gets its proper presentation after years in a cult status limbo.