The actor, whose debut feature as writer-director, Falling, is out tomorrow, chats with his longtime friend and fellow filmmaker.
Swallow’s writer-director Carlo Mirabella-Davis charts his journey from perpetually terrified child to maker of psychological horror movies.
Jim Hemphill bangs the drum for Michael Goi's Megan is Missing, the one found-footage movie he thinks is worth a damn.
The endlessly debated question of whether the small screen has surpassed the big screen? It's now obsolete, says Matthew Wilder.
The veteran director kicks off his new Talkhouse Film column by weighing in on the controversy surrounding the change in Oscar voting rules.
Remember your creepy Uncle David from Canada? He was respectable for a bit, but now he's back with the best horror movie he's made since the '90s.