Dec 04, 2015 Web Exclusive

Toronto-based actress Sarah Gadon brings both the wide-eyed wonderment of a teenage girl and the regal stateliness of a royal to her performance as a 19-year-old Princess Elizabeth in the romantic comedy A Royal Night OutMore

Nov 06, 2015 Web Exclusive

Trumbo stars Bryan Cranston as Dalton Trumbo, the blacklisted screenwriter of many classic films including Spartacus and Roman Holiday. The film exposes the dark period of the late 1940’s and 1950s when a group of self-identified “concerned patriots” enacted an industry-wide ban on anyone suspected of being a Communist from working in the film industry.  More

Oct 30, 2015 Web Exclusive

Most of today’s overly violent horror flicks lack the nuance and suspense-ridden scares that Michael and Shawn Rasmussen aspire to make on the cheap. The filmmaking siblings, who first broke through in 2011 after penning the screenplay for John Carpenter’s The Ward, eschew the studio system and its formulas in favor of more low-key, intimately unnerving fare like their new haunted-witch flick, The Inhabitants. More

Oct 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

When Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis met as film students at USC, a wildly successful writer-director team was formed. The two began working in TV out of school, eventually moving into film with movies such as Used Cars1941, and I Wanna Hold Your Hand before penning their biggest hit with 1985’s time travel classic, Back to the Future. More

Oct 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

Although she starred in more than her fair share of ‘80s classics—including Red Dawn and Some Kind of Wonderful—Lea Thompson is probably best known for her part as Marty McFly’s mother, Lorraine, in Back to the Future. More

Oct 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

Claudia Wells couldn’t have landed a better film to make her big screen debut. As a young television actress, she was cast as Jennifer Parker, the girlfriend Marty McFly leaves behind in 1985 when he’s accidentally sent back in time in Back to the Future. More

Aug 28, 2015 Web Exclusive

The standups open up about the tragedy and comedy in their new documentary, Call Me Lucky.  More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

Over the last 15 years, James Ransone has built his career on cult roles. Television fans are most likely to recognize him from his David Simon collaborations. On the second season of The Wire he played Ziggy Sobotka, the wayward son of the head of the dockworkers’ union; he starred in Generation Kill as Corporal Josh Ray Person, the motormouthed driver of the lead Humvee. More

Jul 31, 2015 Web Exclusive

The actor and writer told us about his experience making the intimate The End of the Tour, and his own short story collection, Bream Gives Me Hiccups, due in book stores this fall. More