Talking to “Eileen” director William Oldroyd about working with his Oscar-winning lead to create a caustic, sensual, and surprising new film.
Nick Schager is an Entertainment Critic for The Daily Beast, covering everything great (and not-so-great) in the worlds of film, TV, music, and pop culture. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, his work has also appeared in Variety, Esquire, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Vulture and dozens of other entertainment publications.
The legendary filmmaker talks to Obsessed about giving Hollywood a second chance with his new movie “Silent Night,” a thriller that unfolds entirely dialogue-free.
Toho Studios’ sequel to 2016’s “Shin Godzilla” proves the Japanese know how to get the iconic radioactive behemoth right.
The third season of the typically taut espionage series makes some stumbles, but the performance by the Oscar-winner having a ball is more than enough to keep things entertaining.
The director tells Obsessed why, after 15 years, he revisited his Nicole Kidman-Hugh Jackman epic and turned it into “Faraway Downs,” a six-part series with an hour of new scenes.
A new docuseries about the Independent Fundamentalist Baptist church takes viewers inside the shocking religious cult that allegedly enslaves women and abuses children.
The latest from Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda won several prizes at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year—and is one of the finest works yet from the celebrated auteur.
At age 93, filmmaking icon Frederick Wiseman is releasing “Menus-Plaisirs - Les Troisgros,” a four-hour cinematic triumph that brings an iconic French eatery to thrilling life.
Joaquin Phoenix plays the French emperor as both a formidable giant and a fool in Scott’s historical epic, a testament to his peerless skill at bringing traditional combat to life.
Season 5 of “Fargo” deliciously casts the “Mad Men” star against type in a new season that also stars Juno Temple and Jennifer Jason Leigh.