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A mashup of elements from "Razorback," "Deliverance" and other rural-peril faves, "Pig Hunt" proves an enjoyably offbeat hybrid horror exercise.
Some big guns are heading into town for the San Francisco International Film Festival's 52nd edition, though they won't have far to travel.
Docu is an involving, sometimes painfully intimate piece that's as much about living with mental illness as it is about a rather remarkable artistic vision.
The bestsellerdom of Khaled Hosseini's "The Kite Runner" couldn't make a Stateside hit of the 2007 film version, but it should provide ample subscription bait for regional theaters via Matthew…
"Brain Dead" is an amiable zombie gore comedy from vet B-pic helmer Kevin S. Tenney, still best known for his initial late-'80s features "Witchboard" and "Night of the Demons."
The freshness distinguishing "Colma: the Musical" turns stale in "Fruit Fly," which isn't a sequel but brings back much of the talent behind that 2006 indie delight.
Earnest indie "Ocean of Pearls" was inspired by first-time helmer Sarab S. Neelam's experiences as a Canadian-Indian Sikh shocked by the inequities of the U.S. healthcare system during a residency.