"The Woods" is an aimless satire with no narrative shape -- and no compelling character dynamics or sharp perspective to compensate.
"Prairie Love" extends a thimbleful of undeveloped character and story ideas over 81 minutes of presumed black-comedy drollery.
There's no originality or personality to this clock-punching chiller.
Reality-show contestants in a haunted-house scenario get a lot more scared than the viewer will.
A feeble "Amityville Horror" derivation as flat as the surrounding Iowa scenery.
"Seconds Apart" centers on twins who look like Diane Arbus subjects (or "Omen II" Damiens).
Lacks originality but serves up its combo plate of genre tropes with above-average flair.
This visually ravishing, surprisingly beguiling gamble won't fit any standard arthouse niche.
Reminiscent of last year's "La Mission" in pitting a macho Latino dad against an only child's emerging sexual identity, writer-director Rashaad Ernesto Green's first feature, "Gun Hill Road," is…
An infectiously fond look at a mellow moment in rock history.
It's hard to believe that 40 years ago, with Vietnam, Watergate and other lasting headlines vying for attention, people around the globe stood in thrall to chess.