To mark the restoration of Multiple Maniacs, filmmaker and longtime Waters fan Clark sits down for a chat with the Pope of Trash himself.
Zach Clark kicks off his new column on films about to depart your streaming queue with a personal take on the subject.
A Dolan hater does a 180 on the French-Canadian wunderkind after seeing his audacious psychosexual thriller.
The sequel to Soderbergh's male stripper saga is all fireworks and dazzle. And that's nothing but a good thing.
The latest film from one of indie cinema's most vital directors is not, in fact, his film at all. And that's the problem.
The iconoclastic director's "newest, hottest joint" was crowdfunded on Kickstarter but sourced from a '70s cult classic. Will the backers be happy?
The French fashion designer's first foray into filmmaking prompts a discussion about form, content and cinematic conformity.
A lover of all things wintry and festive — not to mention a devoted cinephile — identifies the qualities that make us connect to holiday movies.
The indie favorite's latest features plenty of suburban ennui, candy-colored sets and costumes, and attractive young people taking their clothes off.
Ten years on from the previous movie, there's a new addition to the Dracula franchise. But is this origin story worthy of your attention?