THE SKELETON TWINS

Oh, Brother: 10 TV and Movie Siblings You’ll Never Forget

Oh, Brother: 10 TV and Movie Siblings You’ll Never Forget

In honor of the upcoming season of RECTIFY, we’re spotlighting siblings in movies and T.V. From brothers and sisters who make our hearts melt (like Gilbert and Arnie in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?) to relatives who strengthen their kinship by fighting crime (The Boondock Saints), here are ten of the greatest.

14 Comedies With An Indie Twist From Sundance 2014

14 Comedies With An Indie Twist From Sundance 2014

At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, there was dark, there was sexy, there was scary, there was smart…and then there was funny, like “Frank,” “Nick Offerman: American Ham” and “The Skeleton Twins.”

Must-See Indies Starring A-List Celebs at Sundance 2014

Must-See Indies Starring A-List Celebs at Sundance 2014

From former “SNL” stars Jenny Slate, Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader to the Oscar-nominated Tilda Swinton, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal and John Lithgow, the 2014 Sundance Festival was jam-packed with big stars.

The 12 Best Movies That Sold At Sundance 2014

The 12 Best Movies That Sold At Sundance 2014

More than 20 movies were sold at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. The selections were from a variety of categories—documentary, drama, comedy, horror, and some hybrids of the above. Here are some of our favorite highlights, including “Cooties” and “The Skeleton Twins.”

Sundance Review: Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Are As You’ve Never Seen Them In Otherwise Conventional ‘The Skeleton Twins’

Sundance Review: Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Are As You’ve Never Seen Them In Otherwise Conventional ‘The Skeleton Twins’

Outside of their Saturday Night Live work, Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig have delivered some of their best performances onscreen together, in ADVENTURELAND and PAUL (they even both scored scene-stealing voice cameos in Spike Jonze’s HER). Even so, their chemistry in Craig Johnson’s THE SKELETON TWINS is something altogether different: These are serious dramatic roles with dark comedic ingredients that take them out of the farcical realm and allow them to craft fully realized characters.