Joe Lynch, a self-professed "Blackhead," celebrates the writer-director's unique knack for creating vivid, memorable secondary villains.
The horror and comedy director puts his heart on his sleeve as he talks about how four new hilarious "television friends" came into his life.
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A film with Sri Lankan protagonists set in France is the answer to so much, you should have already seen it before starting to read this...
Writer-director Stephen Cone, an ardent, longtime Davies fan, connects strongly with the British auteur's latest feature.
On Liberace's birthday, Zach Clark writes about Soderbergh's biopic of the flamboyant entertainer, which is about to leave Amazon Prime.
Join Tim and Chris this Wednesday to watch their conversation in person.
Horror director Lucky McKee, who's seen Psycho countless times, finally dives into its small-screen spin-off – and finds something remarkable.
The indie writer-director (and also illustrator) puts his thoughts on the latest Marvel movie extravaganza into graphic form.
Jim Hemphill finds a dense, complex TV show, hidden in plain sight on network television, that digs deep into the current political moment.
The two friends and sometime collaborators discuss Kusama's new movie, trailers, test screening, cinema in the golden age of TV, parenthood, and more.