Lloyd Kaufman, Darren Lynn Bousman, Larry Fessenden, Rodney Ascher, Emily Hagins and more remember the much-loved father of the zombie movie.
There is no moral to this tale about the initial trials and tribulations of feature filmmaking.
In bed with a cup of tea, having lunch or stifling a sneeze, Talkhouse Film contributors share their Sundance picks from Park City and beyond.
Everything you need to know about the Sundance Film Festival, from the mouths of Park City alumni such as James Marsh, Nancy Savoca and David Lowery.
Humans have always hated zombies, but Hollywood just loves zombie movies. Does a low-key genre entry starring Arnold deserve its existence?
A filmmaker with a very particular set of writing skills takes a look at the latest revenge thriller from Liam Neeson.
This festival favorite about the twisted relationship between two lesbian lovers — and also the study of insects — has many pleasures to offer.
Robin Wright plays Robin Wright in a surreal, dystopian vision of Hollywood's future, a film that's more psychic fiction than science fiction.
Maybe I don’t respect cinema enough, maybe I have a primitive mind or maybe I’m just a bad guy; but I love movie violence.
Fatalism is a funny thing, I know I wrestle with it. I feel a teaspoon of anger when someone tells me, “Everything happens for a reason.”