The director and producer of the post-apocalyptic panda web series talk about movie and video game influences and the right way to watch the show.
The director tells as much as he can about his new thriller, which premiered its first footage at Fantastic Fest 2014.
Richard Stanley reveals some horror stories that befell the set of ‘The Island of Dr. Moreau’ which didn’t make it into the new documentary, ‘Lost Soul.’
The writer/director of ‘It Follows’ talks about sexually transmitted hauntings and the mystery of ‘Play Pen’ magazine.
Director Greg Araki discusses the psychology of his female characters and looks back on ‘The Doom Generation’ and Sundance in the 1990s.
The directors of ‘The Boxtrolls’ explain the origin of the film’s most terrible pun.
The co-directors of ‘Wyrmwood,’ a film that plays like ‘The Road Warrior’ meets ‘Dawn of the Dead,’ take us behind the ideas of their Fantastic Fest film.
The filmmakers of the new horror movie ‘Spring’ explain the origins of the mysterious monster and their plans for the Aleister Crowley biopic ‘Beasts.’
Actor/director/writer Bennett Jones talks about cramming exactly 250 jokes into one 83-minute movie.
Joe Lynch talks about turning a small-scale production into a big action movie and why some dogs are a-holes.
The ‘Game of Thrones’ star says working with Sir Ben Kingsley was terrifying.
Adrianne Palicki explains why she was nervous about playing Mockingbird.
The documentary tells the story of Nicolas Winding Refn’s production of ‘Only God Forgives.’ Plus: updates on the ‘Barbarella’ and ‘Maniac Cop’ remakes.
Keanu Reeves talks about playing action heroes who don’t look like action heroes and says he misses playing John Constantine.
Director Mark Hartley defends his Cannon Films documentary and says he’s made his last film in the documentary medium.
Kevin Smith hopes his new horror movie raises awareness of podcasting and says Rosario Dawson will be back for ‘Clerks 3.’
Terry Gilliam explains The Church of Batman the Redeemer and says there may be hope for his earlier projects ‘Don Quixote’ and ‘The Defective Detective.’
Justin Long reveals the hardest parts of being turned into a walrus in Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk.’
Katie Cassidy talks about playing a woman with Dissociative Personality Disorder and the trouble with lip piercings.
Martial arts superstar Donnie Yen describes how he’s adapting his fight choreography to fit CGI backgrounds and the changing landscape of action cinema.