Jennifer Phang's first feature since 2008's "Half-Life" is another thinking person's sci-fi tale, this one expanding upon her 2012 short of the same title.
This likably wiseass horror-comedy sports the kind of droll humor that springs from what seems like improvisational riffing from a cast of assured comic hands.
Israeli drama plays out an unsettling scenario of underage sexuality in enigmatic, almost dreamlike terms.
Lamberto Sanfelice's debut feature is a well-crafted if incompletely satisfying drama whose character study intrigues but ultimately feels somewhat frustratingly underdeveloped.
"Homesick" approaches the topic of incest sans sensationalism — but without much dramatic impact, either.
Uninspired thriller "Body" finds a trio of young women panicking when their pranksome holiday hijinks result in an accidental death.
Ryan Wise's docu pays bemusedly affectionate tribute to a no longer quite-so-buff rock god still doggedly pursuing stardom at age 60.
A buoyant teenage caper that has at least as much in common with John Hughes-style high school comedies as it does with most 'hood narratives involving drugs, gangs and crime.
Translating tricky source material to the screen with flying colors, thesp Marielle Heller's feature directorial debut manages to plunge into the busy sex life of a 15-year-old girl without growing…
A tete-a-tete between two writers that was acclaimed in book form fails to translate effectively to the screen in "The End of the Tour."