Paul Schrader

‘Dog Eat Dog’ Director Paul Schrader on Nicolas Cage, Trashy Cinema, and How to Make Strip Club Scenes Less Boring

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by Britt Hayes November 4, 2016 @ 12:46 PM
RLJ Entertainment
After over 40 years of working in film, Paul Schrader remains as challenging as he was when he first caught Martin Scorsese’s attention with his screenplay for Taxi Driver. They made three more films together, but Schrader established himself as the more unconventional of the two when he took control of the camera. Decades later, Schrader’s filmography is just as prolific with singular titles like Hardcore, Cat People, and Dog Eat Dog — the latter is his most recent effort, a delirious crime thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe that is every bit as wild as that simple description implies, and the reason for our conversation with the veteran filmmaker.

Nicolas Cage Steals Another Baby in the First ‘Dog Eat Dog’ Trailer

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by Matthew Monagle August 7, 2016 @ 11:16 AM
Arclight Films
Paul Schrader is a living Hollywood legend. Even if the man never wrote or directed another movie, his work as a screenwriter for Martin Scorsese  —  which includes Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The Last Temptation of Christ, and Bringing Out the Dead  —  would ensure his legacy for generations to come. Thankfully, Schrader is still very much out there and looking to get his films made. Dog Eat Dog opened to mixed reviews at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, but even those who didn’t like it agreed that Schrader still has style to spare as a filmmaker. And now we’ve finally got a chance to check out the first trailer for his newest film.

'The Canyons' Trailer: This 1950s-Style Teaser Is Worse Than the Last One

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by Britt Hayes November 13, 2012 @ 12:15 PM
Canyons/Prettybird/Sodium Fox
We've been looking forward to 'The Canyons,' the new film from writer Bret Easton Ellis and director Paul Schrader, starring Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen -- but we aren't sure why, especially after this latest teaser, which is somehow worse than the last one.