Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’: Film Review | Tribeca 2021
Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro play crooks in 1954 Detroit involved in a document theft that grows increasingly tricky in Steven Soderbergh’s nimble neo-noir.
Why Making ‘She Dies Tomorrow’ Was Therapeutic for Amy Seimetz
For 'She Dies Tomorrow' writer-director Amy Seimetz, filmmaking is therapeutic as she channels her feelings and emotions into her characters and films.
‘She Dies Tomorrow’: Film Review
Actor/director Amy Seimetz's second feature, 'She Dies Tomorrow,' observes a woman (Kate Lyn Sheil) who has just had a troubling epiphany.
‘Pet Sematary’: Film Review | SXSW 2019
Amy Seimetz and Jason Clarke star in Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer's adaptation of Stephen King's 1983 novel 'Pet Sematary.'
‘Pet Sematary’ Trailer Shows Why Dead Is Better
The first trailer for the upcoming remake of 'Pet Sematary' dropped Wednesday — and it shows why dead is better.
Amy Seimetz Inks Overall Deal With FX
Amy Seimetz has inked an overall deal with FX Productions.
Riad Sattouf’s ‘Jacky in the Kingdom of Women’ to Open Fantasia Festival
The Canadian genre festival is also giving world bows to Richard Bates Jr.'s "Suburban Gothic" and Dan Bush's "The Reconstruction of William Zero."
The Sacrament: Venice Review
Writer-director Ti West and producer Eli Roth venture outside the strict margins of horror with this docu-style investigation into an off-the-grid religious cult inspired by Jonestown.
Fast, Cheap and Indie: The Rise of New York’s Next Big Filmmakers
From dumpster diving for craft services to making movies starring Jennifer Aniston, here's the inside story on the struggles and triumphs of a scene that extends far beyond Lena Dunham.
Pit Stop: Sundance Review
Two gay men nursing broken hearts eventually find each other in a small Texas town, in director Yen Tan's drama.