Donnie Darko is one of those movies I watched and rewatched endlessly during college. The small, but bold, tale of a troubled young man saving his family and friends spoke to me in ways I don’t quite recall 15 years later. I just know I loved it. However, rewatching the director’s cut of the film (released on DVD in…
Warsaw, Poland-based artist Dawid Fratczak has created an antidote to spoiler culture: a series of movie posters with a giant spoiler illustration. And then, if that’s not enough, he writes it out for you, too.
Sometimes a movie just doesn't work for you — until someone else explains all the cool stuff they got out of it, and all the extra layers of meaning they saw. Sometimes a really good explanation can retroactively make everything that much better. But which movie did you not like until someone gave you their take on it?
I just love when movies are summarized into CineFix's 8-bit cinema style. It combines the nostalgia of childhood video games with the memory of movies that I should watch more often. This time, it's Donnie Darko that gets the 8-bit treatment. As you can imagine, there's a lot of confusion, conversations and rabbits.
Sometimes, you see a movie that opens up a whole universe of possibilities, leaving you wondering where these characters will go next. So much adventure waiting to happen! And then... there are movies that really don't need a sequel, but get one anyway. Here are 10 film sequels that it's really hard to believe…
We can't get enough of Hillary White's mashups of classic fine arts with pop culture. In her latest series, she turns her wily brush to portraitures, with monsters, Muppets, villains, and superheroes as her subjects.
Donnie Darko is some kind of sci-fi psychological thrillerish movie with a twist of horror and a whole lot of weird; it's hard to squeeze it into a genre. It stars a young Jake Gyllenhaal as the social awkward, possibly mentally ill Donnie, who can somehow sorta kinda time-travel and is plagued by hallucinations of a…
Fossils of giant Mediterranean rabbits were recently discovered by paleontologists. In honor of the extinct Nuralagus rex, we present to you a round-up of some of the strangest, most frightening cottontails to thankfully never grace our reality.
Never seen an episode of Star Trek? Never read any Philip K. Dick? What's the one hallowed piece of the science fiction firmament you've never seen or heard or read? Don't be embarrassed; we've all got one. At least.
Two gothic treasures have lost their dark lustre, according to the Onion AV Club. When asked which pop-culture artifacts they'd fallen out of love with, the Onion AV Club editors fingered Donnie Darko and Tim Burton.
With The Box hitting theaters this weekend, we're about to get another dose of director Richard Kelly's evolving mythos, which began with Donnie Darko and continued with Southland Tales. So what is Kelly's Darko Mythos?
Who doesn't want to see a Donnie Darko sequel? Especially if it features the guy from One Tree Hill acting like a homeless person, along with that Gossip Girl fella? Oh, right. Everyone.
Crazier-than-hell time-bending delight from Richard Kelly: Donnie Darko's hero has a sister, and she too is plagued by visions and space catastrophes like her spooky big brother.
Southland Tales was eagerly anticpated by fans who loved director Richard Kelly's cult hit Donnie Darko, but. But the weird movie that blended musical comedy with post-apocalyptic LA is getting raked across the coals by reviewers. Kelly was able to sign up talent like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Sarah Michelle Gellar,…