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…
We’ve been eagerly following the rise of Satanic TV, thanks to new shows like Lucifer and Damien. But it turns out there’s room for another sinister trend: cults! A just-announced, Jake Gyllenhaal-backed drama for A&E joins upcoming Hulu series The Path in delving into this scary subject.
Is it a key or is it Jake Gyllenhaal and his doppelgänger whispering sweet nothings to each other? We've got the exclusive reveal of the poster for the curious indie movie Enemy, based off the exceptionally trippy book The Double by Jose Saramago.
While we know very, very little about the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring movie adaptation of Jose Saramago's novel The Double, we're starting to see some seriously trippy things in this NSFW trailer.
The Shoes have an incredibly catchy, dancey number on their hand with Time to Dance. This song is just fantastic.
What is Duncan Jones' Source Code? This gorgeous infographic breaks down each source code cycle, in an attempt to explain just how the time-bending science in this film works.
We sat down with Source Code star Jake Gyllenhaal, and quizzed him about the science behind the movie. Does he believe that memories could be stored on computers? What's based on actual science in this film? Watch our interview.
Want to know what it's like to be zapped into the brain of a guy who's about to be blown up on a train? You can get your first real taste.
There's not a lot of material out there on Duncan Jones' next film, Source Code, (about a guy who keeps jumping into the body of a doomed train passenger). But already the film is getting some pretty delightful art.
Want some spoilers from Moon director Duncan Jones' upcoming flick The Source Code? Here's the official synopsis of the film from the American Film Market — Jake Gyllenhaal must relive the fates of doomed individuals on one extremely bad day.