On sneaking the incisive, socially conscious meditation on violence past Chinese censors.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
On how Robert Reich's lectures gave shape to the doc about the disappearing middle class.
An aspiring MMA fighter isn't the only thing that has kick in this riveting flick.
Interview: Logan Huffman, Zeke and Simon Hawkins on Making Themselves at Home in “We Gotta Get Out of This Place”
The fraternal director duo talk about making their Southern-fried potboiler extra crispy.
Elijah Wood and John Cusack face off from afar in this preposterously fun thriller.
A clever spin on a classic horror story gives new life to the found-footage genre.
On working with Sam Rockwell on the neo-noir and what the two will do next.
The writer of "Keeping the Faith" tackles sex addiction in this uneven comedy.
Interview: Joe Begos, Josh Ethier and Graham Skipper’s Superhuman Effort Pays Off With “Almost Human”
On the scrappy sci-fi slasher flick that took Toronto by storm.
The "Mad Men" creator's wildly ambitious first film takes the unwieldy form of life itself.