A hotel right on the edge of Blighty's famed white cliffs provides the striking setting for "Edge," a slow-burning narrative debut from writer-director Carol Morley that connects the troubled lives…
Aside from its eponymous kitten, pic plays as a virtual three-hander involving a gentle homeless man, an eccentric motormouth and a hissably selfish femme.
A decade ago, U.K. shingle Fragile Films resurrected the treasured Ealing Studios brand, and "Burke & Hare" reps their closest attempt yet to match the tone and content of such beloved Ealing…
Two decades after Richard Linklater's "Slacker," Pakistan gets its own paean to post-college limbo.
A teacher's fears about security prove justified when an invasion of youths delivers a grisly fate.
Sacha Bennett's feature revels in profane banter, cocaine-fueled aggression and casual misogyny.
A witty puppet animation that sees the titular Nazi footwear stomping over the heart of England.
Kevin Lewis' misery memoirs receive a heartfelt if overwrought screen transfer.
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