We speak to Leonard Nimoy’s son Adam about the making of For the Love of Spock, a touching tribute to both his father and the character of Spock.
Oliver Stone’s take on the life of Edward Snowden is essentially a schmaltzy TV Film of the Week.
Sadako Vs. Kayako (aka The Grudge vs. The Ring), a remastered Phantasm, and 14 other wild selections from this year’s upcoming FNC TEMPS Ø slate.
Made by fans and for fans, the documentary traces 25 years of one of punk’s most successful DIY labels.
The film is a love letter not only to the slasher genre, but to the full vintage video experience.
Filmmakers Corey Asraf and John Swab discuss the making of their haunting debut feature.
This unlikely Kiwi buddy-comedy is the funniest film of the year.
The beloved director talks skipping out on ‘Pacific Rim 2,’ the “miscarriage” of ‘At the Mountains of Madness,’ his upcoming ‘Pinocchio’ adaptation, and much more.
Leonard Nimoy’s son directs a heartfelt documentary on the enduring legacy of both Nimoy and Spock.
We speak to the writers/directors behind the insane new “Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie.”
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