While fairly explicit gay sex scenes may limit its reach in some markets, prospects are decent for further tube, DVD and potential niche-theatrical exposure.
A black comedy about a fateful -- and largely fatal -- weekend for disparate Queenslanders.
Indie horror-thriller offers an offbeat premise and above-average character writing in its tale of a Los Angeles neighborhood whose residents are prey to an invisible menace.
A small, unremarkable but quite funny tale of revivified dead people overtaking a university building over holiday break.
Writer-director-stars Mike Bradecich and John LaFlamboy keep horror-comedy "The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue" diverting largely via their droll chemistry as mismatched siblings who've inherited a…
An extremely rare venture into a full-blown, potentially Broadway-bound, world-premiere musical.
Vanessa Roth's latest documentary explores what many believe is the major reason U.S. public education has declined for years: educators aren't given the respect or wages that the tough and important…
The materials accompanying Philip Kan Gotanda's new play make much of a trend among rich, old white men to marry much younger Asian women, one such relationship being the focus here.
Horror pic's creepiness factor is sufficient to rate this a notch above genre average.
The materials accompanying Philip Kan Gotanda's new play make much of a trend among rich, old white men to marry much younger Asian women, one such relationship being the focus here. Yet, "Love in…
A blood-and-thunder melodrama bordering on horror, albeit played in a curiously low key, Philip Gelatt's "The Bleeding House" recalls recent home-invasion thrillers as well as the quasi-religious…