Jim Hemphill on the surprising pleasures of the newly rebooted TV franchise, which delivers both high-octane thrills and a real social perspective.
At the flagship Sonos store in NYC, two former Saturday Night Live castmates sit down for a catch-up chat.
A film critic called me “irresponsible” for remaining objective to the highly controversial subjects of my new film. I have some thoughts.
Bruce LaBruce delves into the queer brew that is the 1969 big-screen adaptation of one of D.H. Lawrence's great novels.
The director of Amanda Knox and Here Alone has some thoughts he needs to share with you.
Oren Jacoby on a vital lesson taught to him by his mentor Ricky Leacock, and how it impacted his latest film, Shadowman.
Talkhouse Film's very own Kentucker Audley swaps out vintage cuts for a little Staind and Creed as he reimagines Wes Anderson's 2001 magnum opus.
Megan Griffiths on what to do with the art created by sexual predators.
The writer-director of The Light of the Moon explains how a female-led cinematic model can reap incredible rewards.
The late actor's friend and collaborator on the forthcoming A Thousand Junkies looks back on their personal and creative journey together.