revisiting 'cruel intentions' in the wake of #metoo
We take a look at the cult classic as it turns 20, and consider its complicated messages
lily-rose depp to play armie hammer’s sister in ‘dreamland’
The opioid crisis thriller is director Nicholas Jarecki’s follow up to ‘Arbitrage.’
hereditary director's new film is a "scandinavian folk horror"
Don’t let the poster for 'Midsommar' fool you, this is definitely a horror movie.
how '200 cigarettes' achieved cult status despite terrible reviews
Costume designer Susan Lyall, who also wardrobed 'Empire Records', tells i-D about dressing Christina Ricci and Courtney Love in her iconic 80s designs.
is cinema finally demystifying queer sex work?
After decades of misrepresentation, movies like 'Sauvage' are finally getting to grips with the nuances of an occupation dismissed as seedy and exploitative.
20 years later, 'jawbreaker' still makes bad girls look good
i-D talks to writer and director Darren Stein about the fashion that defined the original 'Mean Girls,' from PVC mini skirts to candy colored corsets.
'can you ever forgive me?' is a touching portrayal of queer loneliness
The low-key biopic of literary fraudster Lee Israel has become an LGBT cinema sleeper hit.
teens get more than they bargained for in the creepy trailer for 'ma'
Seemingly innocent older women with sinister intentions are already 2019's biggest horror trend.
how 'happy death day' reinvented the teen horror movie for a new generation
Since the early 00s, the teen horror genre has been stuck on a time loop. But by breaking down the genre and playing with its parts, the 'Happy Death Day' movies may just have finally broken the cycle.
alexandria ocasio-cortez will feature in a new netflix documentary
Hook it directly to my veins please. Cheers.
why olivia colman deserves every award under the sun
Gentle, funny, smart, self-deprecating -- Olivia Colman’s un-starry and disarming interview style might seem like the best Oscar campaign Hollywood could buy, if she had not so clearly always been this way.
barry jenkins: “there was a time when people assumed black people didn’t dream”
The ‘Moonlight’ director discusses dreams, memories and his latest film, an adaption of James Baldwin’s tale of love and injustice, ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’.
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