Drafthouse Films’ latest follows an Army veteran home from combat deployment to New York, and our own veteran and New Yorker shares his thoughts on the film.
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Phil and Evan are dead, but it may have been worth it.
A stone cold classic that was somehow not nominated for anything at all.
Artist Jay Shaw delivers two gorgeous prints.
The director of Drafthouse Films' newest release talks his inspiration, Martin Starr's natural hilarity and more.
And Shaggy gets a LEGO sandwich! It's like a knuckle sandwich but cuter.
Artist Jason Edmiston and Grey Matter Art have delivered an early contender for "Best Horror Poster Of The Year, 2015."
And director Brad Bird approves.
This is actually safe for work, believe it or not.
This is really cool.
Phil and Evan ask the hard-hitting questions.
Some great films don’t win. Other great films don’t even get nominated.
No, it’s not great. Yes, it’s kind of awesome.
A new book honors the work of one of the great unsung artists of the 20th Century.