There's little rhyme or reason to the sputtering narrative, which seems content simply to reprise the original's general mood and situation rather than actually building anything on their foundation.
Their first full-length recording "Milo Goes to College" in 1982 was a revelation that bucked a lot of then-standard punk conventions: It was fast and loud, but also catchily melodic, very tightly…
Given what's at stake here is apparently nothing less than the birth of the Antichrist, "At the Devil's Door" ends up too tentative and underdeveloped, playing like an attenuated prologue for a…
While mounted with stylish assurance, "Princess" feels even thinner than the modest sleeper breakout "Viola."
It just might have worked as a clearly outsized parable, but the flat, earnest execution of a haplessly trashy script only underlines how out of touch the veteran helmer-scenarist is from the…
Yet another thriller preying on Americans' travel xenophobia and viewers' fears of losing a child -- two of the genre's more pervasive, exploitative hooks in recent year.
Comprising less than 5% of the world's population but consuming over 20% of its oil, the U.S. is seen here as having long backed itself into a corner at least partly responsible for wars, recessions…
A little charm goes but a little way in "An Audience with Meow Meow," a show with a title character whose program bio description as a "post-post-modern diva" likewise overestimates her edginess…
You can't really blame the filmmakers: Stuck with a budget that again halves its immediate predecessor's (now down to $5 million), they're hapless to convey the grand scale of events Rand intended.
Quebecois helmer Charles Biname's English-language pic about the cat-and-mouse games between an insidious patient and a mental hospital director investigating a shrink's disappearance is well-acted…