Pulls together interview, concert and behind-the-scenes footage to commemorate one of the rock era's most idiosyncratic star musicians.
The first feature by production company Rooster Teeth of highly popular animated web series "Red Vs. Blue" is a genial sci-fi action comedy that offers plenty of fanboy fun.
Its pervasive girl-power message underlined by the "You can do anything" refrain of Sia's closing pop theme song, this entertaining slice of real-life inspirational adventure should appeal to family…
"Audrie & Daisy" indicts a culture in which sexual assault is not only rife, but where its perpetrators all too often seem to escape any legal or other punitive consequences.
The disorienting Blackout experience is different for all (and different each time for repeaters), but can encompass forced nudity, verbal abuse, restraints, brief suffocation, even waterboarding.
Stephen Kijak's documentary duly captures the many pyrotechnical, elaborately groomed moods of the Japanese metal band's "Visual Rock," but this glossy history feels like another highly packaged stab…
Liz Garbus is a highly accomplished documentarian whose intelligence can be felt shaping this sleek package throughout, yet it nonetheless feels like something of a vanity project, with Cooper firmly…
Not unlike "The Hateful Eight," "Outlaws & Angels" is a Grand Guignol nod to spaghetti Westerns that soon abandons the great outdoors for one equally-bloody interior location.
This watchable but middling feature tackles a worthy, relatable subject without quite figuring out what to say about it.
While Hyland shows a promising directorial facility, this flimsy indie bro-com is likely to prove more successful as a calling card than as a commercial entity.
As the subject was an insider to his era's Manhattan art scenes, docu boasts plentiful footage of late and still-living luminaries from William Burroughs to Madonna.