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
An accessible in-joke that should delight genre fans.
A flattering, entertaining and (natch) funny portrait of a comic talent remaking himself from pop-tart celebrity to (still funny) political commentator-slash-agitator.
A terminal cancer diagnosis proves more liberating than traumatic for the historied rock-guitarist subject of Julien Temple's engaging docu.
SXSW kicks off on Friday, with thousands arriving in Austin, Texas, to attend the film festival component. While there won’t be as many distribution deals as at Sundance or Toronto, SXSW can offer a…
Like its characters, pic makes for pleasant, mildly titillating company without ever suggesting much depth under the surface.