The fourth novel by popular Welsh author Sarah Waters to be adapted for U.K. broadcast, "The Night Watch" maintains its predecessors' high standard by successfully translating an even trickier…
"Bumblefuck, USA" mixes narrative and documentary elements as a young Dutch woman arrives in a heartland burg to document the lives of gay and lesbian citizens there.
A well-crafted if overly schematic drama, "The Green" probes homophobia and the usual guilty-until-proven-innocent reaction to child-abuse charges.
A Maori man's long-repressed sexual desires threaten to tear apart his immediate family ties in "Kawa."
"Mangus!" recalls the outrageous trailer-trash scenarios of seminal '70s works by John Waters (who duly makes a cameo appearance).
Increasingly against the popular tide, conservatives continue to war against gay marriage and rights, but one wonders how they might react to yet another "alternative lifestyle" explored in Angela…
A tricky crime tale on the cusp of horror, balances the grisly and the sentimental without wallowing excessively in either.
Not to be confused with last year's Jesse Eisenberg vehicle, diverting docu "Holy Rollers" chronicles what happens when two normally well-separated worlds collide.
Chile's biggest homegrown theatrical hit last year (alongside romantic comedy "Fuck My Life"), "Red Eyes" charts the country's surprisingly strong showing in 2010's World Cup soccer tournament -- a…
Hugely popular in its native South Africa, John van de Ruit's series of young adult novels successfully translates to the screen in "Spud," which covers the first of three volumes (a fourth is…
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."