Fred Topel reviews Frank, Harmontown, Sequioa, Stage Fright and Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon at SXSW 2014.
The third race has returned in this thrilling new preview of the movie Jinn.
“You don’t need to have a high concept when the writing and performances are this outrageous and clever.”
CraveOnline discusses Victor Slava’s horror movie Dark House with producer/screenwriter Charles Agron and actor Tobin Bell.
Clancy Brown sits down with CraveOnline to talk about Homefront, the Highlnader movies, and what’s going on with the new World of Warcraft movie.
Yep…that’s the President…on a goofy web series. The man is definitely committed…or crazy…or both.
Josh Hartnett teases the mysteries of his new series Penny Dreadful and explains why he never pursued a TV series until now.
Ethan Hawke already misses the 12 year production of Boyhood, and says that if you say you understand Predestination, you’re lying.
Karen Gillan talks haunted mirrors, the Loch Ness Monster, dramatic headswings, fake blood and the makeup for Guardians of the Galaxy.
The director of The Raid and The Raid 2 wants Scott Adkins to star in the remake, plans to make at least one other movie between The Raid 2 and The Raid 3.
Robert Rodriguez explains why he turned From Dusk Till Dawn into a series, which mysteries will be revealed, what Quentin Tarantino thinks, and the new series Matador.
Zane Holtz, D.J. Cotrona, Wilmer Valderrama, Eiza Gonzalez and Lane Garrison talk new characters, old characters and the legacy of From Dusk Till Dawn.
The sequel to 300 made a boatload of money with its boatlaods of killing. What lessons can we take from that?
Brian Formo feels that Wes Anderson has, with his latest, “propped up a lot of empty, unfinished dollhouses.”
Thoughtful, intelligent, and a new perspective on a classic character, Ang Lee’s Hulk has come to be one of the most hated of all comic book movies. Trolling tells you you’re wrong, wrong, wrong.
Tilda Swinton wishes Bibbs a happy birthday and educates him about romance, fungi, meeting your heroes and the perfect song to dance to before her new film.
Neil deGrasse Tyson describes the kitchen of the future, the radio play that drives him nuts and his biggest beef with Prometheus.
The director and producers of Neighbors reveal the origin of the movie and do unspeakable things with a microphone.
Fred Topel reviews Break Point, The Heart Machine, That Guy Dick Miller, Kelly and Cal, Space Station 73 and 13 Sins from SXSW 2014.
The cast of the Neighbors talks about their new comedy, hating their neighbors, and their adventures at SXSW.