Tyler Labine talks SOMEONE MARRY BARRY, character creation, raunchy comedy, and some new words to add to your repertoire
Mark Mothersbaugh, most well-known for fronting the band Devo, caught up with Screen Invasion about the music for the new Lego Movie
You’re watching a movie, and everything’s quiet. There’s a man wondering around a construction site. Then suddenly, you sense danger. Not because anything on the
Check out our interview with Rose McIver on her newest movie, Brightest Star, due out on January 31. I got to talk to her about
This time on THE BASTARDCAST, Jeremy and Jason welcome RIFFTRAX and MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 vet Bill Corbett to talk about the upcoming RiffTrax Live
The cast and director of OUT OF THE FURNACE frame the movie in their own words on the eve of its release
We attended a press conference for the upcoming comedy Delivery Man. Find out what we learned from Cobie Smulders and Chris Pratt
The BastardCast chats with ALL IS BRIGHT director Phil Morrison and VIOLET AND DAISY star Danny Trejo
Actor Danny Trejo on VIOLET AND DAISY, ST. GEORGE, and why he acts.
CLOWN FATALE and KISS ME SATAN writer Victor Gischler talks about the "fun toys of horror", Grindhouse homages, and whether he worries about alienating readers
I had the privilege of sitting down with Mike Giaimo, Lisa Keene and Brittney Lee, the team behind the Art Direction for FROZEN, the latest
Around this time a year we are usually bombarded with Christmas’ films, but this year we got something different: a film about Thanksgiving. And turkeys
Young people facing off against each other in the heat of battle seems to be a new trend in the movie landscape, with The Hunger Games and
DRIVE and ONLY GOD FORGIVES director Nicholas Winding Refn on speechless storytelling, his visual sense, blades over guns, and Kristen Scott Thomas
By Paul Smith Dr. Jennifer Conrad is a veterinarian who spent years working with exotic animals, mostly big cats, in sanctuaries and the entertainment industry.
Ender’s Game has been a classic science fiction novel for people of all ages ever since it was first published in the 1980s. While it