Just because you can't see the monsters doesn't mean they won't eat you in a Starfish exclusive clip

As they often do in periods of great political turmoil, post-apocalyptic movies are having a moment. But unlike the small bands of survivors in Bird Box and A Quiet Place, Aubrey (Virginia Gardner), the heroine of A.T. White’s feature directorial debut Starfish, is alone. Well, mostly—she has the cryptic mixtapes left…

Giallo gets a porno-chic makeover in the kinky, queer, and colorful Knife + Heart

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Gaspar Noé’s Climax opens with a title card proclaiming this is “a French film—and proud of it!” But it isn’t the only extremely French provocation packed with sex, drugs, and neon-drenched disco dancing to hit American theaters this month. There’s also Knife + Heart, Yann Gonzalez’s unabashedly queer tribute to the…

Wayne’s World director Penelope Spheeris on leaving Hollywood behind: “They can blow me”

Pioneering punk film director Penelope Spheeris ran out of fucks to give a long time ago—around the time she started getting script notes from Harvey Weinstein, as she recalls. There’s visible disgust on her face recalling the disrespect the Weinsteins showed her on the set of her 1998 movie Senseless, which would end…