Lloyd Kaufman, Darren Lynn Bousman, Larry Fessenden, Rodney Ascher, Emily Hagins and more remember the much-loved father of the zombie movie.
The two friends and founding fathers of the New York independent film scene sit down for a chat at Samsung 837 in New York City.
Join us at Samsung 837 in New York City on July 7 for a conversation between two legendary filmmakers.
This doc portrait of a revolutionary, messianic narcissist takes on added resonance if viewed during and juxtaposed with the Pope's recent U.S. visit.
As the French Riviera's great festival finishes, our final two Cannes alumni recall their experiences braving the craziness of the Croisette.
The cult filmmaker finds much to like in an adventure that offers classical storytelling, high production values and, um, actual shit-eating.
The veteran cult filmmaker turns his attention to a new indie release, fittingly about a man who deprograms cult members.
One of the film's actors refused to share a sauna with him, but Troma's head honcho still thinks this Nazi zombie sequel is all kinds of awesome.
A Generational Dispute Erupts Between Troma President Lloyd Kaufman and Troma Student Enterprise Observer Jaime Meyers...