Stories by Peter Adams
Applause for Cause's student-produced film Dead Tongues, premiering Friday, will raise money for Supplies for Dreams.
Two film festivals clashed this season, but how did the politics affect the viewing experience?
The Internet has embraced a new cute, furry animal. From music videos to video games, goats are taking over.
A Blue Man reveals the training and preparation needed to join the acclaimed group of mute musicians.
The films of Northwestern students and alumni get the Trailer Trash treatment this time.
If Catching Fire doesn't fulfill your need for teenage bloodbaths, check out Battle Royale for a more brutal experience.
A screening and Q-and-A session for Joshua Oppenheimer's documentary about Indonesian death squad leaders, The Act of Killing, will take place Nov. 4.
This week we've got cheap semi-sequels, annoying prequel sequels and confounding remakes that don’t look like they can measure up to their source material.
The polarizing topic of sex addiction is a central theme in two wildly different films, as NBN examines.
Students showcase the possessions that define their passions.
Ditch Star Trek Into Darkness' action overload and check out the indie sci-fi flick Moon.
If Gatsby isn't your thing, pay another visit to last year's The Master instead.
Superhero movies with emotional insight are rare in a genre of big explosions and poor plots, distinguishing blockbuster Iron Man 3 and its low-budget cousin Chronicle as rare gems.
The Man of Steel does not disappoint, teasing viewers in an exciting way without giving away any plot points.
While a story might work in print, that doesn't necessarily mean it is made for the big screen. Here's our breakdown of failed lit-to-film adaptations.
Hollywood has churned out far too many "gritty" retellings of childhood classics, but they're skipping over some of the best fairy tale opportunities.
As “Obama Wins!” distances itself more and more from Obama himself, it finds stronger footing, and coalesces into a weird ensemble play wrapped up as a political thriller spoof.
Trying to find a movie to watch for the Halloween season? NBN recommends this frightening feast of films.
There are two subjects that South Park consistently hits home with; Randy Marsh-centric episodes and holiday specials.
“What type of sane, normal person would want to have sex with Kyle’s mom?!”