American Werewolf in London Makeup Effects Artist Interview

Makeup FX master Tom Hester (An American Werewolf in London, Thriller, Shrek) discusses his storied career with fellow FX artist Norman Cabrera (The Walking Dead, Hellboy II, From Dusk Till Dawn) — From his early years as one of Makeup FX legend Rick Baker’s key team members to his iconic character design work for the Read MoreRead More

Hyperrealism, Mumblecore, & “Togetherness” – VICE Meets the Duplass Brothers

Filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass have made a big name for themselves with the endearing hyperrealism of their mumblecore films. The brothers have now delved into the world of TV with their series Togetherness, which follows the tribulations of thirtysomethings trying to make sense of their adult lives.Read More

Director Paul Thomas Anderson Talks ‘Inherent Vice’

In this week’s VICE Meets, Meredith Danluck sits down for a rare one-on-one interview with director Paul Thomas Anderson to talk about his most recent feature, Inherent Vice. The film is an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s 2009 novel, and first time the author’s work has been set to screen.Read More

Dan Gilroy Director/Writer of Nightcrawler – DP/30

His familiar work as a screenwriter goes all the way back to Freejack in 1992. More recently, Reel Steel and The Bourne Legacy. But now he’s put on the writer/director hat with the remarkable Nightcrawler, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a true creature of darkness, created by business as usual in L.A. Gilroy spoke to Read MoreRead More

An Interview With Zack Snyder, Director Of ‘Batman Vs. Superman’

Mark Hughes interviews the controversial filmmaker on his career and the influences that will lead to “Batman Vs. Superman” MH: When did you become a fan of Batman, and of comics in general? Was it in the mid-1980s with the arrival of The Dark Knight Returns and Watchmen, two comics you often discuss with such Read MoreRead More

News Team Re-Assemble: Adam McKay Talks ANCHORMAN 2

Devin Feraci chats with one of the best comedy directors in the world about sequels, journalism and the cult of ANCHORMAN. Comedy sequels almost always suck. Historically, it’s a terrible track record. I think that’s true. Believe me, we talked about it before we went into it. It’s a slaughterhouse when you try going down Read MoreRead More

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