By Adam Cook
The director’s 1963 film The Executioner is getting a home video release courtesy of the Criterion Collection.
Leonardo DiCaprio exec produces this powerful documentary about Africa’s ivory trade.
By Taryn McCabe
Fifty years ago, The Shooting and Ride in the Whirlwind kicked off the ultimate counter-cultural genre.
By Tom Watchorn
The director’s Alice Cooper-starring apocalyptic horror is among the most haunting in his entire filmography.
Sharon Horgan’s brave, brilliant new show offers an authentic warts and all look at a failed marriage.
How might President Barack Obama’s famous speech have looked had it been co-written by a certain James Franco?
Take a first look at Gore Verbinski’s upcoming psychological thriller.
TV’s most thought-provoking social satire is back with a softer vision of a bleak future.
The Black Mirror writer discusses the show’s switch to Netflix, and why he loves torturing his characters.
The director was correct in chastising the “fake nostalgia” of period dramas.
By Matt Thrift
Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson and a Wim Wenders retrospective are among the highlights of this year’s AFF.
By Aimee Knight
Was creator Richard O’Brien on the money when describing his other box office flop?
The fun quotient appears to remain high in James Gunn's forthcoming comic book sequel.
Kal-El’s mild-mannered alter-ego is key to understanding the character.
Justine Smith examines how movies like The House of the Devil and Lords of Salem use nostalgia to expose a fractured national identity.
Tilda Swinton’s Ancient One looks to be Marvel’s most progressive character yet.
Fifty years on, this low-key drama stands as a glorious shrine to analogue film.