Shelley Hennig, Daren Kagasoff and Olivia Cooke talk about whether their own movie scares them and come up with ideas for ‘Ouija 2.’
Morgan Spurlock says there’s an upside to the downfall of the U.S. economy and looks back at the lasting impact of his earlier documentaries.
The stars of ‘Ouija’ reveal their personal history with spirit boards. One of them admits they always cheated.
The Soska Sisters reveal plans for the ‘See No Evil’ franchise and the upcoming ‘Painkiller Jane’ reboot.
William H. Macy answers all of our questions about the finale of his directorial debut. Don’t read it until after you’ve seen the film.
Director David Ayer describes the brain-spilling scene he thought was too violent for his ultra-violent WWII movie ‘Fury.’
David Oyelowo hijacks a plane and explains why he won’t play Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a saint in ‘Selma.’
“I couldn’t imagine a better ending for Peggy’s story.”
Don’t worry, Judy Greer had trouble sympathizing with her ‘Men, Women and Children’ character too.
Tommy Wirkola & Martin Starr talk about their crazy new horror sequel, and reveal that ‘Hansel & Gretel 2′ has voodoo in it.
Grillo tells us how he applies his real MMA fighting experience to his new DirecTV drama “Kingdom,” and how he’s training for the U.S. English language The Raid.
Jeremy Renner wants Aaron Cross and Jason Bourne to fight before they team up.
Director Larry Fessenden explains the origin of ‘N is for Nexus’ and delves into his philosophies about horror, monsters and audiences.
Writer/director Damien Chazelle walks us through the difficult moral questions of ‘Whiplash.’
The director of ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ discusses the film’s mature jokes and place in the Disney legacy.
We go one-on-one with a Hollywood legend out his new comedy “Blackish,” the future of “Hannibal” and Batman V. Superman.
“Point Break was the only remake that I always wanted to do.”
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.’