This nuanced piece doesn't spring any major melodramatic twists or point fingers at specific miscreants. It prefers subtler means to suggest the corruption of past atrocities bleeding into latterday…
As sober as 1976 Eurosploitation classic "Werewolf Woman" was hysterical, this "Let the Right One In"-esque exercise in austere horror echoes that film's slow pace but falls short of its atmospherics…
It's always fun to see the Muscles From Brussels back in the arse-whupping saddle, sinewy and limber as ever if looking rather gaunt here.
"The Surface" boasts a thriller premise, albeit one leading not to a suspense narrative but a spottily involving two-hander that's borderline stagey.
First feature for helmer Bradley King and co-scenarist Cooper works due tan escalating pileup of well-thought-out complications, and credible character psychologies nicely communicated by expert…
This latest, largest-scaled and most lamentable entry yet in the gross-out horror series manages to be completely obnoxious even before the gross stuff kicks in.
Easy to admire texturally, but the script's narrative shapelessness and pretentiously poetical dialogue are hard to take.
Involving docu "T-Rex" charts the path of a teenager from hard-luck Flint, Michigan to becoming the very first Olympics Gold Medalist in women's boxing.
Handsome and accomplished, but also an increasingly dirge-like chronicle of woes as it marches into its third hour, this artistically impressive achievement perhaps demands more patience than it…
This delicate, poetical drama of two couples working through issues of grief and longing over a long country weekend is a minor commercial prospect, but should find some admirers.
Jimmy Chin and E. Chai Vasarhelyi's Sundance Audience Award winner is one of the best sports docus of its type in recent years.