‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Season 2 Review: Vampire Comedy Takes a Brilliant and Bloody Twist

‘What We Do in the Shadows’ Season 2 Review: Vampire Comedy Takes a Brilliant and Bloody Twist “What We Do in the Shadows” wasn’t begging for a television adaptation. Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s goofy mockumentary about dopey vampire roommates stuffed into a Victorian manor crammed a ...

Jim Jarmusch’s The Limits Of Control Available on Blu-ray December 10th From Arrow Academy

Jim Jarmusch’s The Limits Of Control will be available on Blu-ray December 10th From Arrow Academy When it comes to American independent cinema, there s no one quite like Jim Jarmusch, the celebrated ...

Tilda Swinton movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Michael Clayton,’ ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’

Tilda Swinton movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Michael Clayton,’ ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ Tilda Swinton celebrates her 59th birthday on November 5, 2019. The Oscar-winning actress has been a favorite of both the art house crowd and the multiplexes, consistently taking on challenging roles ...

Tilda Swinton movies: 15 greatest films ranked worst to best

Tilda Swinton movies: 15 greatest films ranked worst to best Tilda Swinton celebrates her 59th birthday on November 5, 2019. The Oscar-winning actress has been a favorite of both the art house crowd and the multiplexes, consistently taking on challenging roles ...

Tilda Swinton to Preside Over Marrakech Film Festival

Tilda Swinton to Preside Over Marrakech Film Festival Tilda Swinton, the iconoclastic British actress and producer, is set to preside over the 18th edition of the Marrakech International Film Festival, succeeding to American director James Gray. ...

Comic-Con 2019: What We Do In The Shadows Panel Highlights

One of my favorite new genre shows to come out in the last few years has been What We Do in the Shadows, as I’ve now fallen in love with this new group of vampire compatriots living amongst us mortals ...

Takashi Miike's First Love Trailer Is a Toxic Cocktail of Call Girls, Boxers & Drugs

Takashi Miike's First Love Trailer Is a Toxic Cocktail of Call Girls, Boxers & Drugs If you don't know the name Takashi Miike, then perhaps you're not a true film fan. The auteur made a name for himself in the 2000s pumping out one crazy movie after the next, continually raising the ...

Mmc Studios, One of Germany’s Biggest Production Facilities, Changes Hands

Germany’s Mmc Studios, which has hosted such recent international productions as Joseph Gordon-Levitt thriller “7500” and Marco Bellocchio’s Cannes competition film “The Traitor,” is changing hands. ...

Tilda Swinton Loves The “Sandbox” Feeling Behind ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Life and death are a part of director Jim Jarmusch’s universe, and these themes are explicitly found in a couple of his movie’s monikers. With The Dead Don’t Die, Jarmusch delves into the zombie ...

‘I’m Just Sick of Zombies, Man’: Jim Jarmusch on ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

‘I’m Just Sick of Zombies, Man’: Jim Jarmusch on ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ There are dozens of filmmakers who get giddy at the thought of orchestrating an army of extras, all made up to look as if the flesh is rotting on their bones, all shuffling forward as if battling ...

All 13 Jim Jarmusch Films Ranked, From Worst to Best (Photos)

All 13 Jim Jarmusch Films Ranked, From Worst to Best (Photos) The man who quietly (and always weirdly) helped to define American Independent Cinema in the 1980s, Jim Jarmusch has stubbornly made his own kinds of films in his own way. If Hollywood ever thought ...

‘The Dead Don’t Die,’ Jim Jarmusch’s Zombie Movie, Is an Apocalyptic Afterthought

‘The Dead Don’t Die,’ Jim Jarmusch’s Zombie Movie, Is an Apocalyptic Afterthought Jim Jarmusch’s comic deadpan seems ideally suited to the zombie genre. So who better than this indie hipster, who’s been an avatar of cool from Stranger Than Paradise to Paterson, to take a stroll ...

Anton Yelchin’s Enduring Legacy is Explored in the First Trailer for ‘Love, Antosha’

Anton Yelchin’s untimely death at the age of 27 almost three years ago shocked the world. From Chekov in the rebooted Star Trek franchise to his involvement in acclaimed indies like Only Lovers Left ...

Five Things Tilda Swinton Loves About Cannes

Five Things Tilda Swinton Loves About Cannes The first time Tilda Swinton went to Cannes, it was for a film she hated. It was “Aria” in 1989, an omnibus title with contributions from Robert Altman, Jean-Luc Godard, Bruce Beresford, Nic Roeg, ...

Five Things Tilda Swinton Loves About Cannes

Five Things Tilda Swinton Loves About Cannes The first time Tilda Swinton went to Cannes, it was for a film she hated. It was “Aria” in 1989, an omnibus title with contributions from Robert Altman, Jean-Luc Godard, Bruce Beresford, Nic Roeg, ...

Cannes 2019 Dispatch 1: The Dead Don’t Die, Deerskin

Cannes opened its 72nd edition last night with Jim Jarmusch’s self-reflexive and divisive zomedy The Dead Don’t Die, a movie that reunites the American filmmaker with the horror genre he flirted with ...

Cannes 2019 Dispatch 1: The Dead Don’t Die, Deerskin

Cannes opened its 72nd edition last night with Jim Jarmusch’s self-reflexive and divisive zomedy The Dead Don’t Die, a movie that reunites the American filmmaker with the horror genre he flirted with ...

Cannes: Jim Jarmusch Confronts the End of the World Amid Faint Praise for His ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Cannes: Jim Jarmusch Confronts the End of the World Amid Faint Praise for His ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ It’s rare for a Cannes opener to be a Competition prize-winner. Opening nights at the Grand Auditorium Louis Lumière are designed for maximum red carpet impact and a global marketing launch. Cannes ...

Cannes: Jim Jarmusch Confronts the End of the World Amid Faint Praise for His ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Cannes: Jim Jarmusch Confronts the End of the World Amid Faint Praise for His ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ It’s rare for a Cannes opener to be a Competition prize-winner. Opening nights at the Grand Auditorium Louis Lumière are designed for maximum red carpet impact and a global marketing launch. Cannes ...

Selena Gomez: ‘Social Media Has Been Really Terrible For My Generation’

Selena Gomez: ‘Social Media Has Been Really Terrible For My Generation’ Selena Gomez took a moment at the Cannes Film Festival to lament a culture where everyone lives on their phones. “I think our world is going through a lot,” Gomez said at a press conference in the ...

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