Trent Haaga, the screenwriter of the cult hit horror thriller Cheap Thrills, goes behind the camera for a "punk-rock romantic comedy for our jagged times."
A high school archery champion escapes from a corrupt juvenile correction facility in The Archer, a film that sounds like The Fugitive meets The Hunger Games.
Edgar Wright's first film in four years is a romantic heist thriller car chase film which promises to have one hell of a soundtrack.
Bill Pullman plays the sidekick of an old west legend who, for the first time, accepts the starring role in his own life.
Half narrative, half documentary, Becoming Bond tells the tale of George Lazenby's bizarre rise to fame, from humble beginnings to playing James Bond in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Bill Nye was famous for teaching science to kids, but has in recent years taken on a new role: defending science to adults who don't in climate change or evolution. Bill Nye: Science Guy chronicles that journey.
David Lynch is one of the most celebrated and enigmatic of filmmakers. This new documentary examines his life and influences.
James Franco directs and stars in The Disaster Artist, a dramatic retelling of the making of The Room, one of the most notoriously awful motion pictures in history.
Comedian Wyatt Cenac takes center stage as a struggling writer whose wife finds fame before he does.
A group of friends discover that if they don't kill people, their heads explode. To a certain crowd of people, that premise alone makes Game of Death a "must-see."
Sam Elliott stars as a western movie star who re-examines his life after a cancer diagnosis, and looks for one last role.
All we know about Bob Byington's film is that it's "a comedy about babies that don't age." Are we supposed to be taking that literally? Because that sounds fascinating.
A group of teenagers try to solve a series of mysterious murders by recreating the same events decades later, but the exercise becomes a reality. Lake Bodom sounds like the sort Friday the 13th movie we should have seen years ago.
The legendary Harry Dean Stanton plays a 90-year-old atheist seeking some sort of enlightenment in the directorial debut of actor John Carroll Lynch.
An office worker (The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun) discovers that his co-workers have been infected by a virus that makes them act on every impulse in the latest bit of madness from director Joe Lynch.
Oscar-winner Melissa Leo plays Madalyn Murray O'Hair, the founder and president of American Atheists, who helped end Bible readings in public schools in a landmark Supreme Court case.
Everyone loves the Muppets, and now the performers who originated the classic characters are telling their backstage stories, complete with behind the scenes footage.
More people watch pornography than ever, but the industry is on the verge of collapse due to rampant piracy. Pornocracy takes a closer look at this shift in the popular but rarely discussed industry.
A new twist on The Omen is about a pregnant woman who kills people because her unborn child wants her to. Alice Lowe wrote, directed and starred in the movie while she was pregnant herself.
Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Natalie Portman and Cate Blanchett star in a drama set against the backdrop of Austin's own music community, in the latest film from acclaimed filmmaker Terrence Malick.
Breaking Bad co-star Giancarlo Esposito takes up the director's chair for a film about a television series, in which the contestants literally kill themselves for money.
In their pursuit of social media fame, two young women become serial killers and run afoul of their mass murdering mentor.
A man has no idea that he's sharing his apartment with a "master of concealment" in this creepy-sounding horror comedy.
A disenfranchised kid starts attacking the 1% and filming his exploits in the hopes of spawning a revolution.