The director and star of the grisly new thriller talk about surviving the desert, the freedom of direct address and being drenched in fake blood.
Long on the periphery of film sets, the fashion designer and actress makes a movie of her own and talks about the experiences that influenced her.
The writer/director of "Myth of the American Sleepover" talks about what it takes to scare an audience and how to make a different kind of horror film.
The Spanish filmmaker shares how his move to Mexico led to the sexy, supernatural thriller.
The writer/director discusses why his latest thriller is something you've never seen (or heard) before, why he can't get movies made with male leads, and how he learned Nicole Kidman was a fan of "House of the Devil."
The star and director of this killer cat-and-mouse thriller talk about embracing the challenge of keeping dialogue to a minimum.
Malin Akerman and Taissa Farmiga star in this genrebending slasher film satire that cleverly bends the rules.
With a love of seeing the terrible in the beautiful, the first-time director on doing the reverse in her thrilling debut.
The Irish filmmaker on building worlds and his career after his live-action remake of "Akira" stalled.