Producer, director and screenwriter Paul Bunnell talks about making his latest film, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, why it took years to complete, and the reasons he shot it using black and white film, among other topics.
Animator Shaun Pitz discusses the origins of his short film, "Espresso Manifesto," why he decided to do a Kickstarter campaign to fund part of the project, and what he hopes to accomplish with the film in this exclusive interview with The Morton Report's Bill Baker.
By summer movie standards, this is a pretty slow week at the box office. The reason is obvious — The Dark Knight Rises just opened last week and is guaranteed to topple this weekend as well: Reviews of Killer Joe, The Watch, and Ruby Sparks.
This week in film is predictably and understandably defined by one guy in a rubber suit. Yep, I’m talkin' 'bout Batman: Reviews of "The Dark Knight Rises," "Ice Age: Continental Drift," and "To Rome with Love."
It’s a particularly bad weekend at the movies this week, folks. Two of the new releases will probably go down easily as the weakest movies of the entire summer: Reviews of The Dictator, Battleship, and What to Expect When You're Expecting.
Next week summer blockbuster season officially kicks off with the release of The Avengers, so this weekend is packed with the final glut of spring movies before popcorn n’
explosions take over the multiplex: Reviews of The Pirates! A Band Of Misfits, The Five-Year Engagement, and The Raven.
Not a bad weekend of distracting entertainment to tide you over before admiring all of the pretty dresses and famous faces strutting their stuff on the red carpet this Sunday: Reviews of Wanderlust, Good Deeds, and The Secret World of Arrietty.
For fans of traditional horror movies that value suspense, atmosphere, and dread over empty gore and endless jump scares, Ti West is somewhat of a genre saviour. The Morton Report chats with the director of "The House of the Devil" and the new movie "The Innkeepers" (opening on Friday).