Our favorite genre had one hell of a decade.
Matt Dillon is captivating in this Dantesque meditation on art, life, and carnal desires.
Lars Von Trier’s controversial new feature will receive a special director’s cut release for one-night only.
It was White’s funds that helped meet a fundraiser’s goal of $75,000 to complete necessary restorations.
Josh Trank’s forthcoming biographical crime film tells the gangster’s story after Alcatraz.
The film, which stars Matt Dillon as a serial killer, apparently features scenes in which women and children are mutilated. It premiered at Cannes on Monday and hundreds of people reportedly walked out.
Director Trank is a big fan, apparently.
Lloyd Dobbler, Jerry Maguire, Penny Lane — the gang’s all here.
The veteran actor will assume the role of the film’s main protagonist: a serial killer.
Michael Madsen, John Cusack were among the director’s initial choices.
New Line’s latest reboot is Martin Brest’s 1979 caper comedy.