Gleefully trashy "Aftershock" applies a grindhouse sensibility -- minus the faux-oldie stylings of other recent exploitation homages -- to a disaster-survival thriller that acts more like a horror…
This gimmicky story set during Papua New Guinea's civil war reaches for emotional effect in a fatally hamfisted fashion.
Lacking the requisite scares, and blood, that entice gorehounds, this handsome, femme-driven Irish-Brit co-production is likely to fall between mainstream and arthouse categories among the several…
A snapshot of two prodigiously gifted, tragically short-lived artists, "Greetings From Tim Buckley" dramatizes formative career moments in the lives of the titular 1960s folk icon as well as '90s…
Poker-faced mockumentary "Janeane From Des Moines" centers on an evangelical Christian and avid conservative who might easily pass as a real person -- and indeed does, in the company of various GOP…
Sudz (nee David) Sutherland's first bigscreen feature since his well-received debut "Love, Sex and Eating the Bones" a decade ago.
An entertaining if ultimately depressing record of serial disasters that would be most at home on one of the tabloid-style TV nets where its subject's star, Anna Nicole Smith, shone most regularly…
As aesthetically striking as it is somewhat emotionally offputting, this strange wartime romance of sorts won a suitably vague artistic achievement award at the Montreal World fest. Further festival…
Grim but punchy WWII adventure "Manhunt" finds desperate times calling for desperate measures deep in the forests of Axis-occupied Poland.
A love story between octogenarians, "Coming of Age" avoids the mawkishness and condescending cuteness often brought to such stories, arriving at a clear-eyed result that's touchingly real.
Though not particularly deep, this enterprising indie drama does an admirable job pacing the limited bounds of its character triangle.