Those nostalgic for the bad old days of late-'80s/early-'90s direct-to-video erotic thrillers might get a twinge of guilty pleasure from "Strangers Online."
An elemental triangle elevated by unusually detailed attention to nonverbal psychological cues, "August" is a gay romantic drama that's sexy without feeling like a flimsy excuse to bare well-toned…
"Oliver Sherman" probes the psychological impact of combat when one lost ex-soldier visits his his former superior and shows no inclination to leave.
An ambiguous allegory about a man whose abrupt transformation into non-human form horrifies all around him.
Frequently lofty in its spoken discourse, but with barely a thread of developed narrative or character context to make the debate engaging, let alone pointed, "Contractor's Routine" merits points for…
As sex scandals topple political careers in the U.S. and elsewhere, "Four More Years" provides a very different take on the effects of secret desire on public office in open-minded Sweden.
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…