By Sarah Cleary
Metal is often given short shrift at the movies, but a handful of great auteurs have used the genre and its subculture to brilliant effect.
Part one of our bumper survey of the noughties, featuring Avatar, Borat! and Requiem for a Dream.
By Tom Williams
The director critiques society’s voyeuristic tendencies in this Hitchcock homage from 1972.
‘Are Snakes Necessary?’ will hit shelves next year.
The trade in illegal drugs between Latin America and the US has been a favoured subject for mainstream filmmakers for decades.
Keanu Reeves’ no-nonsense anti-hero has struck a chord with a new generation of rappers.
Claire Denis, Yorgos Lanthimos and Terrence Malick could be competing for this year’s Palme d’Or.
By Anton Bitel
Adolescence is key to everything in this seminal Stephen King adaptation from 1974.
By Amy Bowker
The Scarface director has boarded Domino, with Christina Hendricks and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
By Nick Chen
Despite their stylistic differences, these great American directors share a similar approach to filmmaking.
Noah Baumbach’s survey of the life and work of Brian De Palma is riveting and highly entertaining.
By Taylor Burns
Brian De Palma’s taut Watergate-era thriller highlights the difference between what a country believes itself to be, and what it actually is.
Twenty years ago Brian De Palma and Tom Cruise ushered in a new blockbuster era.