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Female nude scenes are common, but full-frontal male nudity is not, even when the story seems to call for it. Where's all the peen on screen?

We could discuss the issues around a Tarantino-directed Charles Manson story. Instead we’re looking at a bunch of films about cults available to stream.

To get those creative juices flowing, here’s a ranked list of ten experimental movies that pushed those boundaries in the same vein as 'Lost in London'.

'The House that Jack Built' is only one flick of many so offensive they sparked walkouts. Here are the 10 best films that made audiences flee for the

While the Cannes Film Festival is considered the most prestigious festival in the world, perhaps this year has proved the old formula isn’t working.

Having trouble parsing the many films being released? Check out our rundown of blockbusters and indie darlings alike hitting cinemas near you this March.

Every publication might have their own take on the movies they’re most excited about seeing from Cannes 2018, but here at Film Daily these are the Cannes Film

From the producer of 'The Babadook' and directors Ben Howling & Yolanda Ramke comes 'Cargo', a post-apocalyptic drama about a father (Martin Freeman) racing against the clock to

The official Cannes 2018 lineup won’t be announced until April, but that hasn’t stopped us from speculating wildly about which films might make the cut. The following ten