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Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen talk about the ‘scary’ side of social media that inspired their new movie about an Instagram stalker

"Ingrid Goes West" stars Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen and looks at what can go wrong on Instagram.

A new Netflix documentary about the Gawker vs. Hulk Hogan trial will change how you see the case

The documentary "Nobody Speak," premiering at Sundance, gives powerful examples of how the rich are suppressing the media, centering on the demise of Gawker.

A fascinating new movie about JonBenet Ramsey explains our obsession with the case

Netflix's "Casting JonBenet" uses the famous unsolved murder to explore our own personal truths.

Elijah Wood and Melanie Lynskey talk about their unique new Netflix movie

"I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore" stars Elijah Wood and Melanie Lynskey talk about their Sundance hit.

A fascinating new movie about JonBenet Ramsey explains our obsession with the case

Netflix's "Casting JonBenet" uses the famous unsolved murder to explore our own personal truths.

Everything you need to know about the legendary, horrifying ‘Psycho’ shower scene

If you thought you knew everything about Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and its legendary shower scene, just wait until you see the documentary "78/52."

The star of ‘Ben-Hur’ says its failure at the box office ‘breaks my heart’

"Ben-Hur" star Jack Huston said there was a "much better film" that was made.

Why you need to pay attention to the rise of ‘Atlanta’ star Lakeith Stanfield

"Atlanta" star Lakeith Stanfield is at the Sundance Film Festival with the movie "Crown Heights."

Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen talk about the ‘scary’ side of social media that inspired their new movie

The Sundance movie "Ingrid Goes West" starring Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen looks at what can go wrong on Instagram.

A new documentary about the Gawker vs. Hulk Hogan trial will change how you see the case

The documentary "Nobody Speak," premiering at Sundance, gives powerful examples of how the rich are suppressing the media, centering on the demise of Gawker.