De rigueur false scares, unmemorable deaths and improbably exaggerated gore.
This pic's place is between the fest circuit and French TV.
David Arquette plays a soundtrack composer at loose ends in the alienating Los Angeles.
Manages a neat trick in playing grotesque and black-comedy elements as wry realism.
Educational tube sales in various territories are likely.
A somber fantasy about a security guard confronted by ghosts after he fails to prevent a suicide bombing.
This snapshot of 1960s and early '70s culture should appeal to Western artscasters.
Austerity is one thing in a thriller, starving the audience of suspense, character-insight and thrills quite another.
Film is cleanly shot and devoid of cheap sentimentality.
A lukewarm slacker comedy set in subzero temperatures.
Pic is a successful portrait on its own terms, save one: It's unlikely to excite much theatrical interest.