On making the transition from scene-stealing actor to director of this clever kidnap-for-hire caper comedy, co-starring Taylor Schilling.
The Chicago-based filmmaker on his stirring ensemble drama that presents a pool party as life in a fishbowl for one religious family.
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.
The writer/director of the controversial thriller talks about the many discussions that led to the production of his latest film, what he's learned about audiences and why we should question authority.
The co-writer/editor/director talks about taking a big step forward with this thriller about a fast friendship and the perils of webcamming.
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."