His fake tweet reviews of blockbusters are full of absurdities that fans and websites assume are real. Is the L.A. writer trying to mock film critics and superhero cinema? Or as he tells MEL, is he just having some fun?
Kristen Wiig’s absurdist new film finds its laughs in the strangest places. It’s part of a proud tradition of recent left-of-center comedies — and you’re either on their weird wavelength or you’re not.
What’s the scariest thing about creating a ‘Simpsons’ Halloween classic every year? Probably punning a spooky name for the end credits.
During #MeToo, as he watched his heroes face zero consequences for sexual misconduct, ‘Scare Me’ writer-director-star Josh Ruben realized the most contemporary horror villain was himself