Full of trippy visuals, this science-fair bonanza would have been a midnight staple in the era of "The Hellstrom Chronicles."
A gorgeous stretch of South Africa's Wild Coast is the object of contention between farming locals and mining interests in this engaging docu.
Those who prefer their eco-consciousness delivered with a drop (or a full draught) of New Age-iness will have a new favorite movie.
This nonfiction character study-cum-mystery is hard to encapsulate yet sure to engross auds who find their way to it.
What makes Luke Meyer's docu interesting is the push-pull between high-stakes biz pressure and subjects who — being 13 years old or so — hardly have the attention spans for the drudgery and minutiae…
A solid, borderline exhaustive survey of the Washington D.C. hardcore punk scene of the 1980s — possibly the nation's most influential such milieu, if not tied with Los Angeles.
A variation on found-footage horror — here, the p.o.v. isn't that of an actual camera but a flashlight, a pretty silly concept one is best off ignoring — "Nightlight" manages some creepily…
"The House on Pine Street" finds an expectant young couple moving into a home that seems to be haunted — at least it does to the wife, whose perception of something ominously amiss raises the thought…
A slick but ultimately underwhelming psycho chiller in which a younger man stalks the older serial killer whose evasion of justice scarred the former's life.
Even those unfamiliar with the subject may find sufficient entertainment value in this portrait of a band whose umpteen personnel changes and interpersonal conflicts make for a colorfully convoluted…