By Meg Shields
When constraints lead to creativity, good things happen.
By Rob Hunter
As horror remakes go, this isn’t one of the good guys.
Horror franchise remakes continue to go hard with their slashers, erasing the memory of the goofy paths they often travel in their sequels.
We continue our conversation with the director and writer of the year’s oddest, most adorable romantic comedy.
We chat with the actor about his particular brand of guttural emoting, and why your manager is not always right about the film projects you choose.
We chat with Jim Hosking and David Wike about assembling their eclectic band of talented weirdos.