By Anton Bitel
The cult director’s 1964 Edgar Allan Poe adaptation The Masque of the Red Death sees Vincent Price sell his soul.
By Adam Scovell
The British director’s controversial football hooligan drama makes great use of various domestic locales.
While we await his next feature, Benediction, there’s news of his adaptation of The Post Office Girl.
Charlie Chaplin’s debut feature as a director contains a brief moment of luxury in a film marked by scarcity.
What better way to celebrate the filmmaker’s birthday than with a gathering of his nearest and dearest.
After The Souvenir Part II, we’ll see her in the writer/director’s The Eternal Daughter.
By Anton Bitel
2000’s JSA – Joint Security Area was one of the first significant films of the so-called Korean Wave.
The French-Hungarian co-production, made by artist Nadja Andrasev, is on the longlist for this year’s Oscars.
Lost scenes from the director’s ill-fated second feature are being reconstructed with animation.
He’ll join a small cadre of filmmakers who have taken a whack at the prose of Don DeLillo.
By continuing to promote diversity in cinema, we can develop an alternative canon that includes everyone.
He’ll eat himself to death as a 600-pound man in The Whale.
The Feref Collection includes rare alternative designs for Star Wars, Aliens and more.
Andra Day plays the singer, as she’s harassed by the feds for her heroin use.
Anglophile television is about to get a whole lot less polite, thanks to the director’s upcoming show.
By Shelby Cooke
Films like Velvet Goldmine and Stardust will only ever succeed at projecting a fictionalised version of the Star Man.
By Lydia Figes
Sandra Goldbacher’s coming-of-age drama from 2001 powerfully portrays the perils of female intimacy.