A muscular exercise in brutal, relentless peril that should please genre fans.
This familiar, uninspired comedy of immature man-boys behaving badly has an ace up its sleeve in the person of historied veteran Rita Moreno.
The SXSW film festival kicks off on Friday with a strong lineup that once again proves the Austin gathering as a formidable player for big and small movies. As if assembled from the ingredients of…
Though never outright dull, "A Haunting in Cawdor" manages to provide few incidents of genuine interest while leaving potentially rewarding character and thematic elements unexplored.
Like filmmakers' prior "Yellowbrickroad," this supernatural drama will intrigue genre fans while frustrating those looking for more formulaic horror-content payoff.
A competent but unmemorable B-movie that eschews any real political content in favor of simple, brutal survival melodrama.
The titular 1973 album was a pseudonymously credited, underground-distributed proto-rap album that wound up hugely influencing hiphop culture.
A more conspicuously retro-stylized, absurdist exercise than "The Incident," this sophomore effort will also stir considerable enthusiasm from adventurous genre fans.
Acclaimed in its original 2012 form as Kim W. Andersson's graphic novel, "Alena" seems more ordinary adapted for the screen, with its "Carrie"-like tale of horror-tinged teen bullying and payback.
A dramatic microcosm of the age-old conflict between progress and tradition.
Both original documentary and dramatized remake have the "Grey Gardens"-like trainwreck fascination of outsized personalities conducting their own ruin with delusions of grandeur still fully intact.