A contender for the "Could Be Woise" prize among this year's dogs of late summer.
A sloppy chiller about tourists falling prey to an online stalker in Bangkok that clumsily mixes slasher, sexploitation and supernatural elements.
Based on a novella by Todd Rigney, "Found" hits an atypically earnest note for horror by presenting a young serial killer from the p.o.v. of the little sibling who discovers his big bro's secret…
"Drones" is a middling real-time thriller that chronicles a fictive crisis for two Air Force personnel.
"Being Ginger" is filmmaker Scott P. Harris' lightweight inquiry into why it's a liability to be a redhead -- as it has been in his experience -- and whether there's a potential girlfriend out there…
The lifestyles of the rich and petulant require a certain amount of critical distance to be relatable -- or even watchable -- to unaffiliated viewers.
Despite the title, there's nothing very fanciful about the trials endured by the heroine of "It's Only Make Believe," or her doggedly realistic responses to them.
A primal tragedy rendered with exquisite imagery and very little dialogue or exposition, Andrea Pallaoro's "Medeas" is a striking debut feature that will fascinate some viewers and exasperate others.
Ranking high on the list of movies you can't quite believe nobody thought to make previously, "Video Games: The Movie" provides a slick, entertaining survey of electronic gaming's history to date.
"The Human Race" falls into that gray zone where it can be judged either an admirably resourceful amateur feature or a pretty inept professional one.