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People We’re Buzzing About

Kristen Stewart: No vampires were in sight, but Kristen Stewart still stirred up quite a frenzy among her large fan base with her appearance at the festival in connection with her starring role as a guard in Guantanamo Bay drama Camp X-Ray. [MTV… Continue reading Sundance Today: K-Stew Still Rules; Aaron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Robert Redford Impress; 'Dinosaur 13' Acquired

Features, Reviews and Interviews

rose mcgowan1 Best of the Week: Rose McGowan Interviewed, Sundance 2014 Previewed, and More

‘Land Ho!’ Poster Premiere: This Is the Sundance Movie You Definitely Want to Party With by Alison Nastasi

Six Things Romantic Comedies Can Learn from Nicole Holofcener’s ‘Enough Said’ by Alexander Huls

‘The Little Penguin: Pororo’s Racing Adventure’ Trailer Premiere – the South Korean Hit Heads to America by Peter Hall

Who Wins in a Battle of the Titular Action Heroes: ‘Jack Ryan,’ ‘John Carter,’ ‘Jack Reacher,’… Continue reading Best of the Week: Rose McGowan Interviewed, Sundance 2014 Previewed, and More

rose mcgowan1 Sundance Opening Night: Rose McGowan on Her Directorial Debut Dawn, Plus: How She Accidentally Became an Actor

You’ve probably known her most of your life as that sexy badass in movies like Scream, Jawbreakers and Planet Terror, but now Rose McGowan is switching gears and transitioning to a role she was meant to play her whole life: director. When the short film Dawn premieres on the opening night of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, it’ll mark McGowan’s debut as a filmmaker, and… Continue reading Sundance Opening Night: Rose McGowan on Her Directorial Debut 'Dawn,' Plus: How She Accidentally Became an Actor

sundance2014logo%20(1) Our 14 Most Anticipated Movies of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

The 2014 Sundance Film Festival kicks off this week in the snowy mountains of Park City, Utah, and you should care because many of the year’s most talked-about independent movies will make their debut in theaters across the city over the next several days. But which ones are people looking forward to the most? Why, that’s what we’re here for. 

Open up that “Reminders” app… Continue reading Our 14 Most Anticipated Movies of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

dear white people crop Update: Sundance Midnight Movies Include Teachers vs. Infected Kids, a Return of Nazi Zombies and More Craziness

Update: Sundance has just announced the next batch of films, the most interesting part being the Park City at Midnight block of genre films. We’ve added them to the bottom of the page. Highlights there include Cooties, a film about teachers killing their elementary school students after a virus turns them into savages, The Guest (the next from the team behind You’re Next), and Killers