Bibbs & Witney say goodbye to Richard Kiel and Joan Rivers, recap TIFF and review ‘Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt,’ ‘No Good Deed,’ ‘The Drop’ and more.
‘Divergent’ star will headline newest film in the series.
William Bibbiani reviews ‘October Gale,’ ‘Revenge of the Green Dragons’ and ‘Tokyo Tribe’ as TIFF 2014 concludes.
CraveOnline looks at some indies starring Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell, Chloe Grace Moretz and Sullivan Stapleton and two foreign films, all from TIFF 2014.
A documentary about aspiring football managers looking at walls of stats until the early hours of the morning. Is there really a market for this?
They’ve got Sophie Lowe’s brother at knifepoint, and it only gets worse from there.
Idris Elba and Taraji Henson star in a no-good thriller that lets both of them down.
Tom Hardy gives an uncanny performance in Michael R. Roskam’s gripping new crime drama.
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader are hilarious in a comedy that tries a little too hard to be serious.
“Die, you wage-hiking scum!”
The writer-director of the Jake Gyllenhaal dark comedy talks about how the job market informed his story and how Werner Herzog is always right.
Most Craved debates Bill Murray’s ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot dreamcast, and the upcoming ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Minority Report’ and ‘Walking Dead’ spin-off TV shows.
The director and co-star of ‘Laggies’ talk about Seattle cinema, female bromances and a gorilla spirit animal.
Taraji Henson explains how she got Idris Elba back after he hit her in the face with a gun.
Idris Elba explains how wanting Taraji Henson to shut up improved his performance.
Oscar-winning director James Marsh talks about his Stephen Hawking biopic at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Al Pacino and Greta Gerwig give fine performances in a film that never finds the right balance between comedy and tragedy.
The remake of the classic slasher hits theaters on October 16, but you can see it two weeks early at a free screening co-hosted by Shock Till You Drop.
The debut poster from ‘Hollidaysburg,’ from the STARZ original series ‘The Chair,’ which premieres in theaters on September 19, 2014.
Simon Pegg top-lines a travelogue tale that’s made pleasant by a cast of aces, but you wish they were all on a different adventure.