The Disaster Artist

The Disaster Artist is a true gift for fans of The Room

I’ve rarely seen an audience respond to a film as raucously as I did at a recent preview screening of James Franco’s new film, The Disaster Artist. And it’s hard to blame them. This comedic account of the making of The Room by Tommy Wiseau, the most celebrated bad film to grace the silver screen…

By James Curnow
The Interview

Separating the Movies from the Mayhem of 2014

Most movies live lives of quiet desperation. A few win awards, a few make boatloads of money, and a few go down in history as really and truly mattering. But for most, they ply their meager craft for a brief period, hoping to earn a laugh or a cry or a few dollars, and then…

By Jonathan Eig