Insidious series young mother Rose Byrne just can't catch a break when it comes to suburban home ownership. First it was demons, and now it's a similarly blighting frat boy infestation in Nicholas Stoller's The Five-Year Engagement follow-up, Neighbors. Byrne and Seth Rogen star as new parents whose idyllic life is threatened when Zac Efron and Dave Franco move their fraternity headquarters next door, bringing with it all the De Niro costumes that inevitably accompany a case of Natty Light. An escalating back-and-forth battle ensues, and as is so often the case with war, it's the children who really suffer: as you'll see in this red-band trailer, Rogen and Byrne's baby breaks the long-held infant insemination taboo and sticks a used condom in its mouth. You know those incorrigible frat boys and their biohazards.
Those who have read Michel Faber's debut novel, Under the Skin, may be able to sort out what's happening in this unsettling first look at the book's adaptation, which comes from Birth director Jonathan Glazer. For everyone else, this will look like Calvin Klein made the mistake... / Continue →
A spiritual successor to The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara, Errol Morris's The Unknown Known sees the documentarian once again training his Interrotron on an old guy largely responsible for a drawn-out, awful war. This time, it's former U.S. Sec... / Continue →
Back in June, James Franco asked the internet to send him dollars for some adaptations of Palo Alto, a book of stories by and based on none other than James Franco. He ended up not reaching his half-a-million-dollar goal, yet apparently all along there was Franco failsafe to ma... / Continue →