A comicbook legend is profiled in "Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods."
This dumb, derivative teen slasher movie rarely raises pulse even at height of mortal peril.
Docu won't win any prizes for artistry, but works well enough in public-service terms.
Notion of human dynamics being classifiable as variations on the "pimp and ho" model.
When its 33rd annual edition bows Thursday, the Mill Valley Film Festival will offer a mix heavy on indie pics, documentaries and local product as well as features cherrypicked from festivals and…
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.