A talented Texas Pentacostal clan's attempts to bring their gospel music to a wider audience is the focus of Alan Berg's docu.
An effectively creepy spin on found-footage horror from Brit horror specialist Adam Mason.
This creature feature makes a concerted effort to mimic the style of certain 70s/early 80s supernatural thrillers, particularly Lucio Fulci's 1981 "The House by the Cemetery."
The first major docu on a topic of fast-rising public interest--the increasing militarization of U.S. police departments--"Peace Officer" is as engrossing and well-crafted as it is timely.
Cast of familiar faces and funny people--though they've all had much, much better material--will make this a viable ancillary item.
A colorful figure attracted to "crazy people" and envelope-pushing music, Danny Fields seem to have been nearly everywhere any self-respecting hipster would have wanted to be between about 1962 and…
Avant-garde geniuses or the world's longest-running rock novelty act? Don Hardy's docu leaves that question hanging.
Though the body count is ultimately higher than in "Psycho," seldom has a stay at a homicidal rural motel seemed quite so endless and dull.
A look at the 1950s Hollywood dreamboat who was living a closeted gay life even as he was marketed as every bobbysoxer's ideal boyfriend.
An affectionate portrait of Mary Louise Wilson, the Tony-winning actress who's spent over a half-century as a highly versatile staple of the stage and screen.
The subject of this Canadian docu is one of those classic obnoxious-in-a-lovable-way eccentrics who make natural camera subjects