Ash Christian's "Petunia" offers family mega-dysfunction in the cruelly funny mode of Todd Solondz, albeit with a bit less bile (and punch).
Walking a sometimes wobbly line between charming and cloying, "Sassy Pants" is a fable-like comedy that charts a young woman's liberation from the apron strings of her divorced mother, with only…
A long-forgotten, envelope-pushing figure of 1970s rock will be hard to forget again after "Jobriath A.D."
Likely to frustrate gay and sci-fi auds, or indeed anyone with an interest in coherent storytelling, multihyphenate Jorge Ameer's "D'Agostino" is so aimless and shapeless, one might guess its real…
If prolificacy and enterprise were enough, one-man band Jorge Ameer might seem one of the preeminent gay Amerindie filmmakers of recent years.
Helmer Todd Bellanca charts the freefall of a U.S. boxer confronting various forms of squalor in Bangkok.
"Sexual Chronicles of a French Family" offers diverting date-night fare for open-minded heterosexual couples and swingers, though its superiority (artistic or otherwise) to actual porn is debatable.
"6 Month Rule" plows familiar romantic-comedy terrain: the reformation of a terminal Lothario, with a subplot in which he attempts to instruct a freshly dumped nice-guy pal in all the wrong ways to…
Based on a true story, "For the Love of Money" unfortunately comes off as routine pulp fiction, an attempted Scorsese-esque crime epic that too often feels like an underdeveloped outline.
"OC87" serves both its subject and its viewers well by chronicling a process that is actually insightful, entertaining and apparently successful.
Abused and abusing, the titular figures in "Black N Blue Boys/Broken Men" struggle to escape cycles of domestic violence.