Stuart Murdoch digresses on The Days of Bagnold Summer and even teases a cruise.
Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine play the year-2000 versions of themselves in Hulu’s new comedy.
Bend It Like Beckham’s Gurinder Chadha directs The Boss-soundtracked feature.
The young comic shares his own anxieties about social media, making a first film, and growing up to Lou Bega.
Elijah Bynum’s fantastic debut finally hits theaters this summer via A24.
It’s been a strange year full of killer clowns, musical cars, and sad kids.
The Losers talk to the two co-stars about Stephen King and the evolution of nostalgia.
The Losers grab their knapsacks and explore the third novella of 1982’s Different Seasons.
Lloyd Dobbler, Jerry Maguire, Penny Lane — the gang’s all here.
The first-time writer and director discusses his confident coming-of-age drama.
Tomas Alfredson’s vampire film does the unthinkable — it empathizes with the monsters.
Thirty years later, this Stephen King adaptation still sets the bar for movies about childhood.