Endie auteur Alejandro Adams crafts another distinctive, intriguing no-budget drama.
Aiming for pop-culture nostalgia, pic's period detail suffers from budgetary limits.
An adopted child's difficult transition from mainland China to Long Island is charted in this engaging docu.
An ambitious first feature from director Siddharth Anand Kumar, his two scenarists and their production company.
More chilly than chilling.
A watchable ensembler about some youngish adults seeking love and/or thrills in Sao Paolo.
Prolific scribe Naomi Iizuka's latest, "Concerning Strange Devices From the Distant West," packs much food for thought into 95 intermission-less minutes: meditations on Japanese-U.S. culture clash…
An above-average genre piece that's equal parts horror-meller and doomsday action thriller.
Domenique Lozano's new A.C.T.-commissioned translation is vivid enough to merit a long life of its own.
Definite curiosity, though its muddled allegory and lack of a clear point grow quickly tiresome.
A predictable, unconvincing and overly flashy mix of character study and psychological thriller.