Conan Talks About How He Can’t Stop
Thursday, March 31 by

The director of his documentary also talks about the no stopping.

Duncan Jones, Michelle Monaghan, And Vera Farmiga Talk ‘Source Code’
Tuesday, March 29 by

The film’s director and stars break down the complex format.

SXSW: Joseph Kahn Talks ‘Detention’ And The Failure Of ‘Torque’
Friday, March 25 by

He admits ‘Torque’ was his fault.

SXSW: Joe Cornish Talks ‘Attack The Block’
Thursday, March 24 by

The movie about teens gangs fending off alien invaders on the streets of London was the hit of the festival.

SXSW: Anton Yelchin Talks ‘The Beaver’ And ‘Like Crazy’
Wednesday, March 23 by

What’s it like playing opposite Jennifer Lawrence and a woodland creature puppet?

SXSW Review: Incendiary: The Willingham Case
Wednesday, March 23 by

A compelling documentary about how Todd Willingham was charged and executed for the murder of this three children.

SXSW Filmmaker Wrap-Up
Tuesday, March 22 by

I made it a point to interview as many new filmmakers as I could at SXSW. You never know who’s going to become the next big thing.

SXSW Review: Jez Jerzy
Monday, March 21 by

This Polish animated movie seems like it would be perfect for people who like Hentai. Personally, animated sex and bestiality don’t do anything for me.

SXSW Review: Fubar: Balls To The Wall
Monday, March 21 by

I can see it being the type of movie you discover at midnight and it becomes an inside joke with your friends.

SXSW Review: Surrogate Valentine
Monday, March 21 by

A typical indie drama about unresolved feelings, yet it’s entirely watchable and relatable.

SXSW Review: Cold Sweat
Sunday, March 20 by

The SXFantastic selection Cold Sweat is like The Wages of Fear crossed with Saw, with touches of The People Under the Stairs.

SXSW Review: The FP
Sunday, March 20 by

Exactly the kind of movie I hope to see at Fantastic Fest, or any film festival. Just a crazy creation by original artists who show up out of nowhere

SXSW Review: Cave Of Forgotten Dreams
Friday, March 18 by

It sure is pretty, but man, it’s soooo boring.

SXSW Review: Bag Of Hammers
Friday, March 18 by

First time diretor Brian Crano made a movie that holds up with Hollywood fare, so if his next idea is more ambitious he could have the chops.

SXSW Review: Becoming Santa
Friday, March 18 by

I was not feeling the Christmas spirit on the SXSW Audience Award winning documentary.

SXSW Review: Kill List
Friday, March 18 by

I did not enjoy Kill List, and not because it’s offensive or upsetting. It’s because it’s phony.

SXSW Review: The Beaver
Thursday, March 17 by

A strong portrait of coping with depression. With a beaver.

SXSW Pic Gallery: ‘Paul’, Conan, And Del Toro
Wednesday, March 16 by

The stars walked about Austin like normal human beings.

Rebecca Hall Is Wearing A Waffle On Her Head
Wednesday, March 16 by

This trailer for SXSW favorite, A Bag Of Hammers, is dripping with offbeat. Like that towel your brother keeps under his bed.

SXSW Review: Hit So Hard: The Life And Near Death Of Patty Schemel
Wednesday, March 16 by

The story of Hole drummer Patty Schemel is a cautionary tale of drugs and recovery, and a portrait of the ‘90s grunge scene.

SXSW Review: Detention
Wednesday, March 16 by

Detention is the ultimate payoff for the meta movement.

Links Away: Mario Gets the Indie Treatment
Tuesday, March 15 by

Mario sported an ironic mustache before it was ironic.

SXSW Review: Bellflower
Tuesday, March 15 by

It’s watchable and relatable, still the “Boy meets girl, boy gets girl, boy loses girl” formula.

SXSW Review: Septien
Tuesday, March 15 by

I won’t be watching Septien again, but I could recommend it if you’re interested in film festivals and wondering what sort of movies are winning slots

SXSW Interview: James Wan Talks ‘Insidious’
Monday, March 14 by

Wan discusses the SXSW premiere of ‘Insidious’ and the films that have emerged since our last meeting.

SXSW Review: The Innkeepers
Monday, March 14 by

A good campfire style horror movie. The scares are light and fun, not deep horrific terror.

SXSW Review: Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop
Monday, March 14 by

It is an outstanding portrait of an artist that just lets us be in Conan’s world, the one we don’t get to see between late night episodes.

SXSW Review: ‘Bridesmaids’ Work Print
Monday, March 14 by

Follows the same plot as all “outrageous wedding” movies.

SXSW Review: Paul
Sunday, March 13 by

Paul is like all those comedies I used to like, the kind where they were just plain good.

SXSW Review: Super
Sunday, March 13 by

It’s darkly comical and it has something to say.

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