Ted Geoghegan pays tribute to the late Godfather of Gore, an unabashed fan of sleaze and goofy ultraviolence – and a born entertainer.
Stand-up Tig Notaro, along with Diablo Cody and Louis CK, adds tragedy to the traditional TV comedy to redefine and deepen the form.
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The Canadian auteur and provocateur champions the 1971 Canadian film which broke boundaries with its frank depiction of homosexuality.
The endlessly debated question of whether the small screen has surpassed the big screen? It's now obsolete, says Matthew Wilder.
Joe Dante, Allison Anders, Rod Lurie and more pay tribute to the late director of such classics as L.A. Confidential and Wonder Boys.
Zach Clark once again revisits Kubrick's ever-shifting final film, this time finding echoes of everything from Jerry Lewis to Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Jim Hemphill makes the case that, despite what Schrader himself may say, one of the director's most personal films is also one of his best.
Shannon Plumb on red carpets, press embargoes, critical slapdowns, standing ovations and more, as her husband's new movie premieres on the Lido.
Alix Lambert has cried (profusely) at a lot of movies while 30,000 feet in the air, and she isn't afraid to talk about it.
Enjoy a taste of the book of the most unlikely sequel ever made, plus sketches by its writer-star, Kent Osborne. Thanks, Factory 25!