Movies

HBO’s Eagles of Death Metal Documentary Leaves Its Most Pressing Question Unanswered

On the night of November 13, 2015, Eagles of Death Metal were on stage at Paris' Bataclan club when terrorist attackers suddenly opened fire on concertgoers. The…
Anna Gaca / February 16, 2017

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Will Score the Newest Paul Thomas Anderson Film

Jonny Greenwood and Paul Thomas Anderson have had a fruitful relationship over the last decade: the Radiohead guitarist has composed original music for Anderson's There Will Be…
Andy Cush / February 2, 2017

Courtney Love to Star in Menendez Brothers Murder Movie

Courtney Love will star in an upcoming Lifetime movie about the infamous Menendez murders, The Hollywood Reporter has gathered. Love will play Kitty Menendez, the…
Dale Eisinger / February 1, 2017

Listen to the Mountain Goats’ Imaginary Star Wars Theme Song, “The Ultimate Jedi Who Wastes All the Other Jedi and Eats Their Bones”

The title of the newest song by The Mountain Goats, "The Ultimate Jedi Who Wastes All the Other Jedi and Eats Their Bones," isn't really…
Andy Cush / January 30, 2017

Swans Documentary Where Does a Body End? Now Funding on Kickstarter

There's a new documentary coming about Swans, which aims to tell the story of Michael Gira's legendarily heavy ensemble from its inception in 1982 to the…
Andy Cush / January 24, 2017

Donald Trump’s New Slogan is The Catchphrase of The Purge: Election Year

In a new Washington Post interview with Donald Trump that will make you want to tear your hair and heart out, the president-elect not only excavates…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 18, 2017

How Big Screen Sci-Fi and Horror Captured 2016’s Political Paranoia

There's a line in a climactic scene of The Invitation, Karyn Kusama's nightmarish dinner party horror-thriller, that may as well have been the tagline of…
Emily Yoshida / December 27, 2016

Here’s Your (Extremely Brief) First Look at Wes Anderson’s New Animated Film, Isle of Dogs

In a new video for the fundraising platform CrowdRise, Wes Anderson gives us the very first glimpse of Isle of Dogs, his new stop-motion animated film. You…
Andy Cush / December 21, 2016

Why Rogue One Gets the “Dark Reboot” Right

The Force Awakens may have been the last Star Wars movie a multiplex audience claps for. I saw Rogue One: A Star Wars Story on the…
Emily Yoshida / December 19, 2016

Jonny Greenwood to Perform His There Will Be Blood Score on UK Tour

Film nerds and Radiohead fans in the UK will have a rare chance to see Jonny Greenwood's dense orchestral score for There Will Be Blood performed live next…
Andy Cush / December 15, 2016

The Decline of Western Civilization, Paris Is Burning, Rushmore Added to National Film Registry

The National Film Registry, the Library of Congress archive of American films deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant," has just added 25 new movies, including several…
Andy Cush / December 14, 2016

A Four-Part Documentary About Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine Is Coming to HBO Next Year

Dr. Dre and Interscope co-founder Jimmy Iovine have had a long and fruitful business partnership. In the '90s, Interscope provided funding and distribution to Death…
Andy Cush / December 9, 2016

Spider-Man: Homecoming Actually Looks Pretty Fun

Today, we have the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, the first Spidey film featuring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, which follows Holland's debut in Captain America: Civil War. If you're…
Andy Cush / December 9, 2016

Tom Cruise Just Posted a Teaser for the New Mummy Movie

Tom Cruise is back with a big announcement, just in time to distract from Leah Remini's controversial new Scientology-expose series and the smarmy disappointment that…
Winston Cook-Wilson / December 1, 2016

Why Arrival Sets the Tone for the Next Four Years of Film

It now seems miraculous that Arrival—a star-studded studio release about process and patience in the face of the incomprehensible—exists at all. Big-budget "thinking…
Emily Yoshida / November 29, 2016
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