Director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino on how he brought genuine human emotion and an unconventional protagonist to his manhunt movie Beckett.
Director John Stewart on his criminally overlooked stunt-filled thriller Action U.S.A., which is newly re-released in 4K.
Sidewalk Stories' legendary writer-director-star Charles Lane takes stock of the reboot of one of his favorite recent TV shows.
Jim Hemphill casts his ballot in favor of the latest entry in James DeMonaco's unlikely franchise, which portrays an America devoid of heroes.
Richard Shepard, writer-director of 'The Matador,' shares his appreciation for Tom McCarthy's Oscar frontrunner.
Two of cinema's bad boy directors chat about Padre Pio, pornography, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and more.
An appreciation of QT's latest that, naturally, has an overture, chapters and an intermission.
A film that was a critical and financial disappointment two decades ago now appears a startlingly prescient commentary on the U.S and Hollywood.
A dark, compelling thriller about an unholy alliance between a journalist and a maker of snuff films hides a sinister "family" connection in amongst a
Patricia Highsmith's novels have consistently fascinated filmmakers, and this take on her 1964 novel is just the latest adaptation to hit the screen.