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Can you smell what the Rock is cooking?
In his second film, Mike Cahill expands on many of the themes he explored in 2011's Another Earth; most notably, both the vast possibilities of science and everything it leaves unexplained.
Director Michel Gondry has long created worlds that inhabit the nexus of the bizarre and the fantastical, but for his latest film, Mood Indigo, the bizarre and the fantastical are supplied from someone else—in this case, French polymath Boris Vian and his
Out today, Alive Inside is a rarity: an optimistic documentary about a desperate reality.
Very Good Girls, screenwriter Naomi Foner's directorial debut, is an earnest film. But earnest shouldn't be an insult.
Whenever Marvel Comics is attached to an upcoming film project, the media—and comic book enthusiasts everywhere—go into a frenzy.
This week: White Bird in a Blizzard vs. Gone Girl, two dramas about disappearances—and potential uxoricide.
Ben Rosenfield has all the luck. Or perhaps he has all the talent.
For the 40th anniversary of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the sisters of Rodarte sit down with the director to talk blood, fear, and power tools.
We're curious to find out how the divorce rate for "trendy" 12/13/14 marriages ends up comparing to the average... http://t.co/A2Mhk6y9SF