Way Too Indiecast 61: Tom Hiddleston and Marc Abraham, Dennis Hauck
It's a stunning lineup this week on the Way Too Indiecast as Loki himself, Tom Hiddleston, joins the show along with director Marc Abraham to talk about their new movie I Saw the Light, based on the final years...
Tom Hiddleston and Marc Abraham On ‘I Saw the Light,’ Elizabeth Olsen, Spoiler-Hungry MCU Fans
Director Marc Abraham takes a unique approach to the musician biopic with I Saw the Light, a movie spanning the six music-filled, final years of Hank Williams’ life. Intertwining the country icon’s songs with his turbulent life experiences (revolving largely...
A solid studio comedy and star-vehicle for the ever-entertaining McCarthy.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – April 8
A strong dose of home invasion films are available to stream this weekend!
Everybody Wants Some!!
A well-oiled machine of a hangout movie from Richard Linklater.
Omo Child: The River and the Bush
A surprisingly uplifting film considering the harrowing subject matter of children being killed in Ethiopia.
Mike Flanagan and Kate Siegel on ‘Hush’ and Making a Film in Secret
We talk to Mike Flanagan and Kate Siegel about their horror film 'Hush.'
Gabriel Mascaro on Breaking Stereotypes and Empowering Characters in ‘Neon Bull’
Writer/director Gabriel Mascaro talks about his latest feature 'Neon Bull.'
A man uses a father/daughter road trip to flee his debts and his demons in this uneven but effective drama.
Here Come the Videofreex
History is made behind the camera in this detached documentary about the world's first citizen journalists.
A case study in indulgent and privileged grieving.
Way Too Indiecast 60: Richard Linklater, Jeff Nichols, ‘Preacher’ Preview, Tribeca Controversy
In one of the biggest, baddest episodes of the Way Too Indiecast yet, we welcome two of the best directors in the game as we hear from Richard Linklater about his '80s college hangout movie Everybody Wants Some!! and...
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – April 1
One of the all-time greatest films, Bicycle Thieves is on-demand this weekend, plus some other classic movies available on various streaming platforms.
Jeff Nichols Talks ‘Midnight Special,’ Fear-Driven Filmmaking, Adam Driver’s Big Future
Like his 2011 film Take Shelter, Jeff Nichols‘ Midnight Special was born out of fear, specifically the fear of losing his son. “I think, really, we’re terrified of losing them, so we’re going to try to figure out who they...
Andrew Cividino on Being Open to the Power of Nature in ‘Sleeping Giant’
An interview with Andrew Cividino on his lauded directorial debut 'Sleeping Giant.'