The freshness distinguishing "Colma: the Musical" turns stale in "Fruit Fly," which isn't a sequel but brings back much of the talent behind that 2006 indie delight.
Earnest indie "Ocean of Pearls" was inspired by first-time helmer Sarab S. Neelam's experiences as a Canadian-Indian Sikh shocked by the inequities of the U.S. healthcare system during a residency.
Its amusingly off-kilter humor underserved by pedestrian packaging, Dave Boyle's sophomore feature, "White on Rice," is the kind of comedy that hinges on a protagonist near-imbecilic in all matters…
"Rock Paper Scissors" charts a couple of tumultuous years in the lives of two Canadian brothers determined to bring the titular childhood game to a global competition label.
A trendy topic for horror films of late, organ harvesting gets very different treatment in "Canary," which might be called "very different," period.
If the original could be accused of having a real point, the uninspired redo has none whatsoever.
Trying something very different from the antic gay coming-of-age humor of his well-received debut feature, 2004's "Dorian Blues," writer-director Tennyson Bardwell delivers an old-fashioned ghost…
Septuagenarian scientific illustrator Renaldo Kuhler has had an imaginary world to escape to since childhood.
"Shuttle" is a decently twisty indie thriller about hostages lured aboard an airport minivan whose destination is nowhere pleasant.
"Shuttle" is a decently twisty indie thriller about hostages lured aboard an airport minivan whose destination is nowhere pleasant. Directorial debut for scenarist Edward Anderson (who penned 2007…
Vet PBS arts documentarian Peter Rosen's "Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes" takes an aptly rambling, leisurely, fond look at this professional anachronism, whose gently…